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Placing an adverb clause after a linking verb is a good way to start a definition. true or false?
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User: Placing an adverb clause after a linking verb is a good way to start a definition. true or false?





Weegy: true
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User: Reciprocal pronouns are formed from the personal pronoun plus "self," like "himself." true or false?

Weegy: false
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Reciprocal pronouns are formed from the personal pronoun plus "self," like "himself." true or false?
Weegy: This is FALSE. The reciprocal pronouns in English are one another and each other. Reflexive pronouns are formed from the personal pronoun plus "self" like "himself". User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Ron and her were waiting for us. Weegy: Ron and her were waiting for us User: The pronoun whom is used as an object. true or false? Weegy: False. We use the reciprocal pronouns to indicate that two people can carry out an action and get the consequences of that action at the same time. There are two reciprocal pronouns: each other and one another User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Either him or her could help you. Weegy: Either of them could help you. User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Either him or her could help you. he or she her or him himself or herself correct as is? (More)
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