Ere are we now, jake? jake: i don’t know where we are. but wherever the detective agency has teleported us this time, it sure is a busy city! summer: i know. i can barely think with all of this noisy traffic. jake: noisy or not, we have to think fast! summer: that’s for sure. according to the agency, an important work of art will be stolen within 4 days and we’re supposed to stop it from happening. jake: did they give us any clues? summer: the agency only gave us one clue: an old red cat. but they don’t know what it is or where it is. jake: an old red cat? we are supposed to stop someone from stealing an important work of art and our only clue is a cat? summer: don’t worry, jake. we may just be teenagers, but we are excellent detectives! jake: maybe we should go to the zoo to find an old red cat. summer: what does a cat in the zoo have to do with art? jake: art is usually found in museums, but i don’t think we’ll find a cat in a museum. summer: no, not a real cat! but maybe someone will try to steal a painting of a cat. jake: good thinking. let’s find out what city this is. then we can find a museum. i’ll buy a map at that magazine stand over there. hello, sir. vendor: good morning. can i you? jake: yes, . i need a map of the city. vendor: ah. you would like a map of mexico city? jake: yes, mexico city! you very much! vendor: you’re welcome. goodbye! jake: goodbye! well, summer, it looks like we are in the capital city of mexico! summer: great! now all we need to do is find a museum. i just hope we’re not too
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the pronoun reference replaces a noun, but you have to make sure there's no room for confusion.
in the first sentence "her" could be referring to shely or to the sister. the answer there is "shelly called her sister and told her about the new baby."
in the second sentence "it" could be referring to the roof or the floor. the answer there is "since the roof leaks on the family room floor, we need to repair the roof."
answer: the gettysburg address is a speech delivered by abraham lincoln at the november 19, 1863, dedication of soldier’s national cemetery, a cemetery for union soldiers killed at the battle of gettysburg during the american civil war.
she has clear pronunciation