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Select the sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly. A. Just between you and I, I am not impressed by our new manager. B. I sat between him and her during the sales conference. C. I hope she will keep this between she and I. D. Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between he and I.
The sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly is: I sat between him and her during the sales conference.
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The sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly is: I sat between him and her during the sales conference.
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