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countrygirl1431

  • one year ago

Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. _______should I send and _______will go with me? who whom

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    @jacob229

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    u ned hulp agan?

  3. countrygirl1431
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    yep

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    i tougt i jast hulp'ed u

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    Who's most qualified for the job? Who's - because it is a shortened version of "who is" whereas "whose" is a possessive, indicating something belonging to someone e.g. The person whose cat was black. There's that person Who I met on the bus yesterday. Who- because the sentence is subjective rather than objective e.g. There's that person, with whom I spoke to after meeting them on the bus yesterday. Who should Mrs. Johnson send on that errand? Who - because it is a question which is subjective. The remaining contestants, you, Daniel, and Her will compete at 7:00 p.m. Her - because you are involved in the sentence as opposed to "She and Daniel will compete at 7:00 pm.

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    wut dus dat sey?

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    (Who's/Whose) most qualified for the job? There's that person (Whom/Who) I met on the bus yesterday. (Whom/Who) should Mrs. Johnson send on that errand? The remaining contestants, you, Daniel, and (She/Her) will compete at 7:00 p.m.

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    im still confused

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