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What are your thoughts regarding this sentence?
i think c
srry THINK B
She is going to the store with her. She (subject) her (predicate nominative)
The point is, between she and her, She is always going to be in the subject (near or at the beginning) of the sentence.
ok ty so B
Yes B is correct. The bit I wrote afterwards was just more clarification. I even gave a demonstration by stating a sentence using both She and her. She is going to the store with her. "She" is clearly used at the beginning of the sentence. I didn't realize it would confuse you further.
ok do you want a medal or fan
I have plenty of both, so it doesn't really matter.
ok ill give both
Okay, good luck to you.