5-8 Pronouns - Nominative Case

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Personal Pronouns are very useful in making sentences shorter.  However, how do you know what pronoun to use?  The personal pronoun must agree with the CASE, GENDER, and NUMBER.

Agreement in Case - Nominative Case

Nominative case refers to pronouns that replace the subject of a sentence.  I, we, you, he, she, it, and they are examples of pronouns that are nominative case.

Identify the nominative case pronouns below.

She went to the store with them.
Nominative pronoun

They gave him the academic award for his achievement.
Nominative pronoun

I went to the shopping mall yesterday with her.
Nominative pronoun

He is the best shortstop on their team.
Nominative pronoun

We always play chess on Saturday with him.
Nominative pronoun

You might think about going hunting with him.
Nominative pronoun

It was the best play performed by her.
Nominative pronoun

She is likely to bring it with her tomorrow.
Nominative pronoun

They are not going to her party.
Nominative pronoun

Give it to me now!
Nominative pronoun



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Nominative Case