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    pronouns

    what two substitutes can a writer use to determine whether the word that is an introductory word

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    #2
    Would you mind repeating the question?

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    #3
    It's a bit over my head too.

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    #4
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    It's a bit over my head too.
    I'm with you guys.

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