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choose the answer that best describes the pronoun's use the sentence.

Grandmother has given the African masks to Brendan and me.

A. subject
B. predicate nominative
C. direct object
D. object of a preposition

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    i think it may be A?

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    Nope.

    Go back and study the grammar lessons so that you know what each of those answer choices means. Also, be sure you know which word is the pronoun.

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    tell em the damn anwser

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