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Why is the italicized pronoun used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply. 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.
A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun that follows an intransitive linking verb and renames the subject. It follows only intransitive linking verbs, it may be compound, and it may have modifiers.
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User: Why is the italicized pronoun used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply. 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.

Weegy: A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun that follows an intransitive linking verb and renames the subject. It follows only intransitive linking verbs, it may be compound, and it may have modifiers.
newbre|Points 50|

User: Why is the capitalized pronoun used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply. 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.

Weegy: Why is the capitalized pronoun used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply. It is important for US choir members to take individual responsibility for learning our parts It is the subject of the sentence
Expert answered|lebin12|Points 106|



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