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Decide if the underlined pronoun in the sentence below is used as a subject, a predicate nominative, or an appositive.

1:Both Ben and (he) will graduate at the same time.

A:Subject***
B:Predicate nominative
C:Appositive

2:The driver of that station was (she).

A:Subject
B:Predicate nominative***
C:Appositive

3:The customers at the passenger window were Sol and (he).

A:Subject
B:Predicate nominative***
C:Appositive

Choose the correct word to complete the sentence.

4:After the game ended, were you as disappointed as....?

A:us***
B:we

5:We arrived late but not as late as ....

A:them
B:they***

6:I think Cindy is a much faster typist than....

A:her
B:she***

7:Don't you think Nancy is as smart as....?

A:he***
B:him

Are these correct?

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3 answers

  1. 4 is wrong. The others are correct.

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  2. Thank you, Ms. Sue! I had to get 4 wrong.....I was on a roll...lol

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  3. LOL!

    You're welcome.

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