Italian 2 Grammar exercise confusion

In the Italian 2 course there is a grammar exercise that ask us to substitute “ne” into the following phrase: “non si è accora di niente”. And we are left to do so using the the following 6 words: non, accorta, è, se, ne.
In my attempt I wrote “non ne è accorta” which is marked as wrong- but I’m given no solution. I assume that the “se” not used. What is the solution?

It’s “non se ne è accorta”.

You might want to take a look at pronominal verbs :slight_smile:

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