October 22, 2014

Case: Nominative

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Using the nominative case indicates that the pronoun is acting as the subject of a given clause or as a predicate nominative following a linking verb. Subjective Pronouns Singular I, she, he, it Plural we, they Singular and … [Read more...]

Case: Determining Case in a Comparison

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We know that a pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. We also know that unlike nouns, pronouns change case depending on what part they are playing in the sentence. Just a reminder: Pronouns are either … [Read more...]