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Which of the answers is not a noun in the sentences below? We will have to learn to think for ourselves. This process will be difficult, but without it, we will be little more than puppets. Nobody
wants that. a)process b)puppets c)Nobody d)None of the above
Process is not a noun in the sentence below.
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User: Which of the answers is not a noun in the sentences below? We will have to learn to think for ourselves. This process will be difficult, but without it, we will be little more than puppets. Nobody wants that. a)process b)puppets c)Nobody d)None of the above

Weegy: Process is not a noun in the sentence below.
dennis003|Points 993|

User: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When she came in to see a spilt soda pop on the papers she was grading, Mrs. Shore shrieked, "Whose drink is this?!"

Weegy: Whose
MarJim09|Points 70|

User: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When she came in to see a spilt soda pop on the papers she was grading, Mrs. Shore shrieked, "Whose drink is this?!" relative indefinite interrogative reflexive

Weegy: We can not see the "italicized" word! You have to mark in some way which word is italicized.
eturker|Points 2852|

User: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? Seth Earwig, who was a self-proclaimed expert, continued his career as an alligator wrestler until he was eaten one November morning.

Weegy: Which pronoun in the sentence is supposed to be italicized? Weegy is not able to see italicized font.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 42905|

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