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Type the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Yes, the one who designed the house was (she, her). (Points : 1)


Question 2. 2. Type the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Johnny and (I, me) are building the rocket for the demonstration next month.
(Points : 1)


Question 3. 3. Type the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Let's just keep that idea between you and (I, me).
(Points : 1)


Question 4. 4. Type the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Of course, we'll invite (they, them)!
(Points : 1)


Question 5. 5. Identify the choice that best describes the use of the underlined word.

Believe it or not, Mr. Archer told us the whole history of the washing machine. (Points : 1)
direct object

indirect object

object of preposition

none of the above


Question 6. 6. Identify the choice that best describes the use of the underlined word.

Few people realize that the poem was inspired by her.
(Points : 1)
direct object

indirect object

object of a preposition

none of the above


Question 7. 7. Type the word that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Is the backpack in the hall (hers', hers)? (Points : 1)


Question 8. 8. Type the word that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

You have your own CD player; don't use (his's, his).
(Points : 1)


Question 9. 9. Type the word that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Don't worry; you will get (you're, your) turn.
(Points : 1)


Question 10. 10. Type the word that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit.

Take the kitten back to (it's, its) mother.

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    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    her
    she
    I
    I
    them
    indirect
    object of preposition
    none of above
    hers
    his
    yours
    its

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    thank you ((:

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    Thnx

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    confused, 2 more asnweres than questions?

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    Are you doing K12 8th grade grammar?

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    12

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    1. She
    2. I
    3. Me
    4. Them
    5. Indirect Object
    6. Object of a Preposition
    7. Hers
    8. His
    9. Your
    10. Its

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    The One Above is correct. Thanks so much <3

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