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Q: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When Ian proudly retrieved his Calculus 2 homework and saw that it was covered with glue and glitter, he was horrified. His mind raced as he wondered who
could be guilty of this sabotage. Suddenly, he knew. It could be nobody else but Melissa, his two year-old sister. indefinite relative personal reflexive
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User: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When Ian proudly retrieved his Calculus 2 homework and saw that it was covered with glue and glitter, he was horrified. His mind raced as he wondered who could be guilty of this sabotage. Suddenly, he knew. It could be nobody else but Melissa, his two year-old sister. indefinite relative personal reflexive

Weegy: What is your question? Can't see any italicized words here.
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User: Which of the answers is not a noun in the sentences below? We will have to learn to think for ourselves. This process will be difficult, but without it, we will be little more than puppets. Nobody wants that. process puppets Nobody None of the above

Weegy: Process is not a noun in the sentence below.
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A theme is normally shorter than a motif. FALSE.
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Click on the box to choose whether the sentence is correct (C), contains a comma splice (CS), or is a fused sentence (FS). CCSFS Don't stack twelve boxes on top of one another, it's the twelfth one that will knock down the pile.
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Don't stack twelve boxes on top of one another, it's the twelfth one that will knock down the pile.
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