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In which of the following sentences is the underlined word a possessive pronoun? A. I gave her a gift for her birthday. B. I would like you to listen to me. C. We returned our books to the
library. D. You really should apologize to her.
Please explain which words are underlined in order for Weegy to answer your question correctly, for example, capitalize the word in each sentence that needs to be underlined.
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User: In which of the following sentences is the underlined word a possessive pronoun? A. I gave her a gift for her birthday. B. I would like you to listen to me. C. We returned our books to the library. D. You really should apologize to her.

Weegy: Answer is A. ME
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Please explain which words are underlined in order for Weegy to answer your question correctly, for example, capitalize the word in each sentence that needs to be underlined.
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