anonymous
  • anonymous
Which type of pronoun stands in for specific people or things? A. personal B. interrogative C. relative D. possessive
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jamiebookeater
  • jamiebookeater
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ashlynxo
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The answer is A.
ashlynxo
  • ashlynxo
We can easily cross out interrogative because interrogative pronouns deal with asking questions and use commonly known words such as Who? What? When? Where? Possessive pronouns deal with ownership of something. Relative pronouns introduce relative clauses. Personal pronouns take the place of specific nouns. Instead of saying Bob, which is a noun, we can say 'him.' Therefore, the answer is A. Got it?

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