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Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When she came in to see a spilt soda pop on the papers she was grading, Mrs. Shore shrieked, "Whose drink is this?!"
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User: Which type of pronoun is italicized below? When she came in to see a spilt soda pop on the papers she was grading, Mrs. Shore shrieked, "Whose drink is this?!"

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When she came in to see a spilt soda pop on the papers she was grading, Mrs. Shore shrieked, "Whose drink is this !"
Pronoun: She;
Type: Personal pronoun;
Pronoun: Whose;
Type: Possessive pronoun

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