anonymous
  • anonymous
All of the following sentences contain commonly confused words that result in usage problems for many writers. Which word in italics is used CORRECTLY in the following sentences? A) Whom are you taking to the play? B) Your going to the game, aren't you? C) Its time to go to the graduation party. D) Their will be many happy people at the ceremony.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words are in italics?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what u mean
anonymous
  • anonymous
The question asks: Which word in italics is used CORRECTLY in the following sentences? But you didn't italicize any of the words.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Whom
anonymous
  • anonymous
your its there
Mike1015
  • Mike1015
The answer you're looking for is A: Whom are you taking to the play.

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