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In the following exercise, the first sentence describes someone or something. Infer information from the first sentence, and then choose the word from the Word Bank that best completes the second sentence.
With few words, Lucinda clearly made her point, leaving no one with doubt and uncertainty. From this sentence, we can infer that Lucinda is ____ _
The following sentences are incomplete constructions. On the lines provided, rewrite each sentence including the missing part of the construction. Use the pronoun in parentheses that is in the case specified.
Example 1. Sherri served the children before (I, me). (objective) Sherri served the children before she served me.
Is Dan’s pony in as many shows as (her, hers)? (possessive) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.
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