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Which choice describes how the underlined pronoun is used in the sentence? Who made the sculpture in your living room? (Points : 3) object of a preposition predicate nominative subject direct object

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Which word is supposed to be underlined?
And be sure to lead Kaylyn to the right answer, give her the tools for figuring it out, or -- if she has further questions -- help to clear up her confusion, rather than simply giving her the correct answer. Not that you wouldn't have necessarily followed this approach, but I see that you're relatively new to the site and you won't always see this behavior modeled, unfortunately, so just to be on the safe side, I thought I'd mention it. You can see all this outlined in the Code of Conduct, which you may already be aware of. You've been offering up some great responses to various writing questions. It's good to see another knowledgeable helper around. :) And Kaylyn, you should be offering your own commentary and questions in addition to the homework (or test) question you have posted. If you have a sense of which response is correct, or which are incorrect, you should say that as well. If you understand where your confusion lies, you should make that clear. The more info you can offer, the more context you are providing for someone to help you learn what it is that you do not now understand.
Thanks, Redwood_Girl :)

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