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Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. We boys, Bonnie, and her are writing a play for the program. Answers to choose from: A. Us boys, Bonnie, and she. B. Us boys, Bonnie and
her. C. We boys, Bonnie, and she. D. Correct as is.
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User: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. We boys, Bonnie, and her are writing a play for the program. Answers to choose from: A. Us boys, Bonnie, and she. B. Us boys, Bonnie and her. C. We boys, Bonnie, and she. D. Correct as is.

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User: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Two of the best singers were he and she. Answers to choose from: A. he and her. B. them. C. him and she. D. Correct as is.

Weegy: D. correct as it is
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User: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. I would not want to be Jane or him. Answers to choose from: A. Jane or he. B. her or him. C. she or him. D. Correct as is.

Weegy: D. correct as it
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User: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Beatrice can expect her aunt and uncle and I to help her move. Answers to choose form: A. Us. B. her and him and I. C. them and I. D. Correct as is.

Weegy: A. us
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