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Can someone tell me if this is the correct use of pronouns?
My brother owes me money and he refuses to pay me. (Possessive pronoun)
I now have to pay my parents back. (Subject pronoun)
My parents said they’ve given me enough time already. (Object pronoun)
Everybody is mad at me now. (Indefinite pronoun)
I told myself not to borrow him the money. (Reflexive pronoun)

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    Each sentence contains more than one pronoun.

    Please repost these sentences with the pronoun you need to identify in CAPITAL letters.

    All of the pronouns are used correctly except in the last sentence.

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