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    Phrasal Pronouns?

    My college professor is asking us to come up with examples of "Phrasal Pronouns"...NOT phrasal verbs. What the heck IS a phrasal pronoun, and what are some examples?

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    Re: Phrasal Pronouns?

    Steven J. Clancy - The Ascent of guy - American Speech 74:3

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    Last edited by Tdol; 13-Dec-2007 at 07:35.

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    Re: Phrasal Pronouns?

    Search "reciprocal pronoun." I realize this post is two years old but I hope this helps someone in the future. "Each other" and "one another" are the two possible examples of phrasal or reciprocal pronouns.

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