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Read the sentence. Good neighbors help each other keep the neighborhood clean and safe. Which class of pronoun is used in this sentence? A) indefinite B) intensive C) reciprocal D) reflexive
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User: Read the sentence. Good neighbors help each other keep the neighborhood clean and safe. Which class of pronoun is used in this sentence? A) indefinite B) intensive C) reciprocal D) reflexive

Weegy: Reflexive
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Good neighbors help each other keep the neighborhood clean and safe. C) reciprocal pronouns are used in the sentence.
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