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Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. (Ron and her were waiting for us.) is the answer They, Ron and she, Her and Ron, or correct as is
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User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. (Ron and her were waiting for us.) is the answer They, Ron and she, Her and Ron, or correct as is

Weegy: Ron and her were waiting for us
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User: The sentence (I enjoy eating and cooking) is an example which of these improperly placed adverb, parallel structure, dangling participle, or none of these





Weegy: I enjoy eating and cooking. This sentence is an example of none of these. The sentence is correct.
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