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Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. They assigned the solo parts to Ellen and her themselves. a.)she themselves b.)her theirselves c.)she herself d.)correct as is
Weegy: she herself User: In the sentence I gave Ellen and Jane the card, the word Jane can be replaced with the objective pronoun her. True False Weegy: This is true. (More)
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The sentence is correct as is.<< Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. They assigned the solo parts to Ellen and her themselves. a.)she themselves b.)her theirselves c.)she herself d.)correct as is
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The pronoun "those" is an interrogative pronoun used with singular nouns. FALSE.
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Absolute possessive pronoun
Weegy: When we want to show that something belongs to somebody or something, we usually add 's to a singular noun and an apostrophe ' to a plural noun, for example: The boy's ball (1 boy) or The boys' ball. (2 or more boys) User: Possessive case Weegy: When we want to show that something belongs to somebody or something, we usually add 's to a singular noun and an apostrophe ' to a plural noun, for example: The boy's ball (1 boy) or The boys' ball. (2 or more boys) (More)
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Absolute possessive pronouns show possession, but unlike possessive pronouns, these pronouns sit by themselves.
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Possessive case - the case (or function) of an inflected form of a noun showing ownership, measurement, or source.
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