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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / themselves vs. himself
Spanish term or phrase:themselves vs. himself
I have a doubt about the right form of the pronoun to use here (whether plural or singular):
"Each character will speak about themselves, about how they make a living and how they sort out their lives...."
Is it correct to use the plural form "themselves" instead of "himself"? I don't want to use "himself" because it excludes the female form, but also because I am referring to each of all the characters (plural).
Thanks Martin, thanks Mediamatrix and thanks Jesica for the translation, who knows, maybe someone will use it! I loved the solution of placing "all" at the beginning. ¡Si todo fuera tan fácil! 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer