Why are the italicized pronouns used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply.
If you ask Amelia and her to help plan the picnic, it's sure to be an enjoyable time for you and me.
Her is the predicate noun of ask.
Her is the direct object of the action verb ask.
Me is the object of the preposition for.
Amelia is the antecedent for me.
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her is italicized and me is italicized
The object is the recipient of the action. In our case, 'ask' was the action, and 'Amelia' and 'her' are the objects. Therefore, B is one of your answer @RAM231
A preposition is a word that governs and precedes a noun or pronoun to express a relation between elements in a clause. In our case, 'me' was the object of the preposition 'for'. So, your other answer is C @RAM231