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Can some one check these?

Sentence structures ;

1. In the bitter cold, (he, him) and Dad struggled to save the orange crop.
My answer: Him

2. (Her and me, She and I) have joined the Shutter and Lens.
My answer: she and I

3. Phil showed Danny and (I, me) his butterfly collection.
My answer: Me

4. Bert warned Hank and (I, me) about the strong undertow at Breezy Point.
My answer: Me

5. Jessie sent Gail and (he, him) postcards from Quebec.
My answer: Him

6. (He and I, Him and me) are building a rock garden for Aunt Lucy.
My answer: Him and me

7. Half an hour later Mother called Dad and (I, me) to lunch.
my answer: Me

8. Was that (her, she) on the palomino?
My answer: Her

9. Mr. Adams helped (he, him) and Ruby with their rocket.
My answer: Him

10. Lend Alf and (I, me) your book on dog training.
My answer: I

11. Aunt Martha gave the puppets to Holly and (I, me).
My answer: Me

12. Are Harry and (he, him) out in their boat in this storm?
My answer: Him

13. Everyone except (he, him) had given up the search for the runaway Irish Setter.
My answer: Him

14. Between you and (I, me), today's science quiz was easy.
My answer: I

15. Can't (us, we) boys rake the leaves tomorrow?
My answer: Us

16. (Her and me, She and I) are trying out for parts in Miss Cherry Blossom.
My answer: Her and me

17. Those green apples gave Bill and (I, me) stomach aches.
My answer: Me

18. The scoutmaster told Fred and (I, me) the troop's decision.
My answer: Me

19. Abby and (I, me) are members of the Volleyball Club.
My answer: I

20. A neighbor's television kept Betty and (I, me) awake.
My answer: Me

  • English -

    Incorrect: 1, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16.

    Re-study about personal pronouns and when to use them as subjects vs when to use them as objects.

  • English -

    8 is correct I believe. Or am I wrong?

  • English -

    8.

    Was that ( she) on the palomino?

    She is the predicate nominative and must be a subject pronoun.

  • English -

    Ms. Sue is correct.

  • English -

    Okay. Are these better?

    1. In the bitter cold, (he, him) and Dad struggled to save the orange crop. In the bitter cold, he and dad struggled to save the orange crop.
    2. (Her and me, She and I) have joined the Shutter and Lens. She and I have joined the Shutter and Lens.
    3. Phil showed Danny and (I, me) his butterfly collection. Phil showed Danny and me his butterfly collection.
    4. Bert warned Hank and (I, me) about the strong undertow at Breezy Point. Bert warned hank and me about the strong undertow at Breezy Point.
    5. Jessie sent Gail and (he, him) postcards from Quebec. Jessie sent Gail and him postcards from Quebec.
    6. (He and I, Him and me) are building a rock garden for Aunt Lucy. He and I are building a rock garden for Aunt Lucy.

    7. Half an hour later Mother called Dad and (I, me) to lunch. Half an hour later Mother called Dad and me to lunch.
    8. Was that (her, she) on the palomino? Was that she on the palomino?
    9. Mr. Adams helped (he, him) and Ruby with their rocket. Mr. Adams helped him and Ruby with their rocket.
    10. Lend Alf and (I, me) your book on dog training. Lend Alf and me your book on dog training.
    11. Aunt Martha gave the puppets to Holly and (I, me). Aunt Martha gave the puppets to Holly and me.
    12. Are Harry and (he, him) out in their boat in this storm? Are Harry and he out in their boat in this storm?
    13. Everyone except (he, him) had given up the search for the runaway Irish Setter. Everyone except him had given up the search for the runaway Irish Setter.
    14. Between you and (I, me), today's science quiz was easy. Between you and me today's science quiz was easy.

    15. Can't (us, we) boys rake the leaves tomorrow? Can't we boys rake the leaves tomorrow?

    16. (Her and me, She and I) are trying out for parts in Miss Cherry Blossom. She and I are trying out for parts in Miss Cherry Blossom.
    17. Those green apples gave Bill and (I, me) stomach aches. Those green apples gave Bill and me stomach aches.
    18. The scoutmaster told Fred and (I, me) the troop's decision. The scoutmaster told Fred and me the troop's decision.

    19. Abby and (I, me) are members of the Volleyball Club. Abby and I are members of the Volleyball Club.

    20. A neighbor's television kept Betty and (I, me) awake. A neighbor's television kept Betty and me awake.

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