This is my sister's question. She said me to share the question on this app. Actually this app is great that's why my sister said me to post this question. Please tell me the question's answer ASAP(As soon as possible)

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JaneB 300
They is a pronoun, nominative case. eg, “Are you looking for John and Mary? They are in the garden” Them is also a pronoun, but objective case. eg, “Are you looking for John and Mary? I saw them in the garden”.


THEY- Is a pronuon (the third personal plural) A group of people, animals, plants, previously mentioned.

example I have a car and truck, but they  are both broken

THEM- Is a pronoun (plural)  which means those ones 


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