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An object pronoun takes the place of a/an _______ in the object part of a sentence. A. noun B. verb C. different pronoun D. adjective
An object pronoun takes the place of a/an NOUN in the object part of a sentence.
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User: An object pronoun takes the place of a/an _______ in the object part of a sentence. A. noun B. verb C. different pronoun D. adjective



Weegy: An object pronoun takes the place of a/an "VERB" in the object part of a sentence. [ Therefore, the answer is B. ]
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