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Which sentence uses an objective case pronoun as a direct object? I e-mailed him yesterday. I sent him an attachment that included photos of the picnic. He wrote back to Bob and me with an answer to our questions.
The following sentence uses an objective case pronoun as a direct object: I e-mailed him yesterday.
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The following sentence uses an objective case pronoun as a direct object: I e-mailed him yesterday.
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