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Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. John and I enjoy reading as much ashim. That must be either her brother orsheat the door now. Usteens passed out books during
a summer beach literacy project.
Why are the italicized pronouns used correctly? You honored Grace and me when you and she invited us out to dinner. The verbhonoredtakes the objective caseme. The pronounmeis an indirect object. The pronounsheis the object of the verbinvited. [ The pronounsheis the subject of the verbinvited. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used
correctly. John and I enjoy reading as much ashim.That must be either her brother orsheat the door now.Usteens passed out books during a summer beach literacy project. Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. an interrogative pronoun Whoare you?Whomare you? Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Four boys- Bob, Pete, Joe, and him- were selected for the job. Joe, and hehim, and Joeand themcorrect as is Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. The coach chose us girls and him to attend the track meet. we girls and hehim and we girlsthem and Icorrect as is Question #9MultipleSelect Score: How can you determine whether to use who or whom in a relative clause? Whomis used as a subject.Whois used as a subject.Whomis used as an object.Whois used as an object. Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Beatrice can expect her aunt and uncle and I to help her move. usher and him and Ithem and Icorrect as is Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Them boys were going to school. Us boysThose boysThey boyscorrect as is Question #12Matching Score: Match each term with its definition. 1. used as subject reciprocal 2. represents possessor and possessed nominative case 3. determined by function possessive adjective 4. shows possession by modifying a noun or pronoun demonstrative pronoun 5. shows ownership possessive case 6. two-word pronoun singular 7. one case 8. masculine, feminine, or neuter gender 9. clarifies or renames a noun appositive 10. ]
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