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5. Fill in the blank with ‘who,’ ‘whom,’ ‘whose,’ or ‘who’s.’ '______ gets the package?'

"Who," like "he," "she," "they," is a pronoun that can serve as the subject of a sentence. Answer the question, and you"ll see the answer. To wit: "Who gets the package? SHE gets the package."

"Who," like "he," "she," "they," is a pronoun that can serve as the subject of a sentence. Answer the question, and you"ll see the answer. To wit: "Who gets the package? SHE gets the package."

"Who," like "he," "she," "they," is a pronoun that can serve as the subject of a sentence. Answer the question, and you"ll see the answer. To wit: "Who gets the package? SHE gets the package."

"Who," like "he," "she," "they," is a pronoun that can serve as the subject of a sentence. Answer the question, and you"ll see the answer. To wit: "Who gets the package? SHE gets the package."

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