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ShadowCain

  • one year ago

How is the pronoun used? Are Jenny and __________ walking to the soccer fields this afternoon? A. we; predicate nominative B. we; subject C. us; predicate nominative D. us; subject

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  1. saucvi
    • one year ago
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    It would be neither A nor C because a predicate nominative follows a linking verb, and this is not the case. Your answer is D.

  2. ShadowCain
    • one year ago
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    It wouldn't make sense if we take out 'Jenny and' and say Are us walking to the soccer fields. Wouldn't it be right to say Are we walking to the soccer fields

  3. saucvi
    • one year ago
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    Excellent point, then I think you answered your own question (:

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