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Which personal pronoun best completes the sentence? How is it used? My father made my sister and __________ blueberry pancakes for breakfast. A. I; direct object B. I; indirect object C. me; indirect object D. me; direct object
My father made my sister and ME blueberry pancakes for breakfast. The correct pronoun is: me; indirect object.
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My father made my sister and ME blueberry pancakes for breakfast. The correct pronoun is: me; indirect object.
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