The correct answer is: When the car hit a tree, it made a terrible noise. Since the object is to find the sentence with vague pronouns, it could refer to either the tree or car. It does not specify which antecedent it refers to.
* This is a poor example of a vague (unclear) pronoun because there is no noun antecedent. What is making the noise is the collision, not the tree or the car. What is making the noise is "the car hitting the tree" which is not in the sentence.
It would be better to say, 'When the car hit the tree the impact made a terrible noise,' so that the reader isn't left in any doubt whether it was the car or the tree that made the terrible noise.(It is actually neither one, but the impact that makes the noise.)
There are no vague (indefinite) pronouns in the sentence. There is only one pronoun in the sentence, it, which is a personal pronoun, representing the noun antecedent car.
The correct sentence is - The boys made a lot of noise
That is the correct spelling of "croaked" (made a frog noise, or slang for died).
That is the correct spelling of "screeched" (made a high-pitched wail or animal sound).
terrible! they made children work!
the noise made by a rook is a caw by raehan
you are forbidden to make a noise