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Those books are responsible for my earning an "A" on the paper because they provided just enough information. Identify a demonstrative pronoun:mythosethey
Those books are responsible for my earning an "A" on the paper because they provided just enough information. The domonstrative pronoun in this sentence is 'they'.
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Those books are responsible for my earning an "A" on the paper because they provided just enough information.
The domonstrative pronoun in this sentence is 'they'.
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