Does the following sentence have any personal pronouns? If so, where?:Let me now who left his backpack in my garage?
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“Now” is pronounced differently (an “ow” noise)—what you mean is “know” (pronounced “no”). Personal pronouns are used instead of nouns to indicate specific people or things. So “me” and “his” are the personal pronouns in the sentence.
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