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Choose the simple subject in the following sentence. The tallest contestant won the prize. A. contestant B. prize C. won D. tallest
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User: Choose the simple subject in the following sentence. The tallest contestant won the prize. A. contestant B. prize C. won D. tallest

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

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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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