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Q: Choose the sentence that contains a relative pronoun.
A. Please, put your book bag in your locker. B. Those are not my shoes. C. Mr. Moon, whom you have met, is my assistant. D. Someone is coming down the hill.
A: The sentence that contains a relative pronoun is: Mr. Moon, whom you have met, is my assistant. WHOM is the relative pronoun.
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User: Choose the sentence that contains a relative pronoun. A. Please, put your book bag in your locker. B. Those are not my shoes. C. Mr. Moon, whom you have met, is my assistant. D. Someone is coming down the hill.

Weegy: D. Please, put your book bag in your locker.
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The sentence that contains a relative pronoun is:
Mr. Moon, whom you have met, is my assistant.
WHOM is the relative pronoun.
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