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My sister had asked me for some money to help get her out of debt. I did not feel right just giving her the money. My sister gathered all of her (possessive pronoun) credit card bills, and we sat down together to look over them. We found out that she (pronoun) had over $8000 in debt. She (subject pronoun) continued asking for money. I (pronoun) suggested that she (objective pronoun) started making at least the minimum payment due for a couple months. By doing this she (pronoun) would get a better understanding of what is affordable. She (pronoun) took my suggestion, and found out that she could pay double the minimum payment. We then contacted a debt consolidator, who (relative pronoun) said they could have her out of debt in 32 months.

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    What are your instructions? Are you supposed to identify every pronoun in the paragraph? Or what?

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    Write several sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. This interaction may be imagined or real.

    Use at least five different pronouns in your sentences.

    Identify all pronouns used by bolding them.

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    OK, here are the pronouns you have used:


    Do you see them all? Some have been used more than once; others have been used only once.

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    Yes thank you.

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    You're welcome.


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