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Who tracked mud into the house? does this sentence contain a nominative pronoun

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"Who tracked mud into the house?" "Who" is the nominative pronoun.

"Who" is also a nominative pronoun but it does not belong in the second sentence. It should be "whom," a objective pronoun.

There are no pronouns in the third sentence.

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