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Read the passage below carefully and then choose the correct answer. THEY killed him on the Ides of March. They is in bold letters The pronoun in bold could be replaced with Him and the other conspirators. He and the other conspirators. Himself and the other conspirators. Them and the other conspirators.

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  1. lostlostlost
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    I think it would probably be; He and other conspirators. I am not very good at history but this seems like the best answer.

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    Since THEY is the subject, you can only choose a subject pronoun to replace "they". When you look at the choices, Him, Himself and Them are not subject pronouns. "He" is your only correct option.

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    Himself and the other conspirators

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