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Q: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. a)John and I enjoy reading as much as him. b)That must be either her brother or she at the door now. c)Us teens passed out
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User: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. a)John and I enjoy reading as much as him. b)That must be either her brother or she at the door now. c)Us teens passed out books during a summer beach literacy project.

Weegy: a)John and I enjoy reading as much as him.
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User: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. a)John and I enjoy reading as much ashim. b)That must be either her brother orsheat the door now. c)Usteens passed out books during a summer beach literacy project.

Weegy: What words are italicized?
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The sentence in which pronoun is used correctly is:
That must be either her brother or she at the door now.
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