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    "Complete with the object personal pronouns"

    Complete with the object personal pronouns
    1. ___________ are brothers. (Peter and I)
    2. ___________ is a lawyer. (Sue)
    3. ___________ is very friendly. (John´s dog)
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    1. We are brothers.
    2. Sue is a lawyer.
    3. He is very friendly.
    Personal pronouns
    The only appropriate personal pronoun that can fill the gap is subject pronoun, so shouldn’t I change object in the instruction to subject- "Complete with the subject personal pronouns"?

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    Re: "Complete with the object personal pronouns"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    The only appropriate personal pronoun that can fill the gap is subject pronoun, so shouldn’t I change object in the instruction to subject- "Complete with the subject personal pronouns"?
    Yes. Definitely not objective pronouns.

    1. Correct.
    2. She.
    3. It (unless you know it is a male dog).

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