Why are the italicized pronouns used correctly in the sentence below? Select all that apply.
You honored Grace and me when you and she invited us out to dinner.
The verb honored takes the objective case me.
The pronoun me is an indirect object.
The pronoun she is the object of the verb invited.
The pronoun she is the subject of the verb invited.
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I think its the 2nd choice and the last choice
i think c
not all the sure thou
because the pronoun she is the subject of the verb invited because thats what they're talking about right? and then I believe the pronoun me is the second choice because of course it doesn't make sense to be the first choice...
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I agree @ram231
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