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Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. an indefinite pronoun as an antecedent of a possessive pronoun Everyoneforgot their book. Everyoneforgot his book.
The right form should be: Everyone forgot his book. Because everyone is a single form which should be followed by a single indicated pronoun.
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User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. an indefinite pronoun as an antecedent of a possessive pronoun Everyoneforgot their book. Everyoneforgot his book.

Weegy: The right form should be: Everyone forgot his book. Because everyone is a single form which should be followed by a single indicated pronoun.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. whom as an interrogative pronoun Whomdid you forget to call? Whomis your friend?

Weegy: Whom did you forget to call?
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User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. a reciprocal pronoun We were laughing atone another. We were laughing atourselves.

Weegy: We were laughing at one another.
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User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. most as an indefinite singular pronoun Mostof the salt is gone, too. Mostof the stars is hidden.

Weegy: Most of the salt is gone, too.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. that as a relative pronoun Thatgreen dress is the one I want. The green dress is the onethatI want.

Weegy: The green dress is the one that I want.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: How can you determine whether to use who or whom in a relative clause? a)Whomis used as a subject. b)Whois used as a subject. c)Whomis used as an object. d)Whois used as an object.

Weegy: c)Whomis used as an object.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: the answer is more than one choice

Weegy: Then you should choose b)Who is used as a subject. AND c)Whom is used as an object.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. a third person reflexive pronoun A)The class treatedthemselvesto a pizza party. B)The class treateditselfto a pizza party.

Weegy: A)The class treated themselves to a pizza party.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: thank you :)

Weegy: You are welcome. Do you have some other questions?
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User: yes

Weegy: Then go ahead please.
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User: Why are the quoted pronouns used correctly? If you ask Amelia and "her" to help plan the picnic, it's sure to be an enjoyable time for you and "me". Heris the predicate nominative ofask. Heris the direct object of the action verbask. Meis the object of the prepositionfor. Ameliais the antecedent forme.

Weegy: Her is the direct object of the action verb ask.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: there maybe more than one answer so are you sure?

Weegy: The it should be Her is the direct object of the action verbask. AND Me is the object of the preposition for. PLEASE dont make different words connected together, thanks.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: Why is the quoted pronoun used correctly? It is important for "us" choir members to take individual responsibility for learning our parts. It is a possessive. It is the object of the preposition for. It is the subject of the sentence. It is the objective form of we. More than one answer

Weegy: "It is the object of the preposition for." AND "It is the objective form of we. "
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: Identify the sentence in which the quoted pronoun is used correctly. "Us" boys should do the cooking so the girls will know we can. Between you and "I",I wonder if we are going to succeed. All of us—Josh, Luke, you, and "me"—should give her a surprise birthday party.

Weegy: All of us—Josh, Luke, you, and "me"—should give her a surprise birthday party.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: What is the class of pronouns that usually introduces an adjective clause

Weegy: A relative pronoun.
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User: isn't the class of pronouns that does not need a specific antecedent relative?

Weegy: You're referring to the impersonal pronoun. [ The impersonal pronoun is the pronoun it when used without definitely referring to or being preceded by anything, as in it was snowing and it seems hard to believe. Read more: ]
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User: the class of pronouns used as an adjective to point out which person or thing is being discussed is?

Weegy: A relative pronoun introduces a relative clause that 'relates to' the noun that it tells about. The relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which, and that.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2193|

User: thank you that is all I need :)

Weegy: You are welcome. Thanks for using weegy.
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