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Pronoun case

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Chris Aguirre

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Transcript of Pronoun case

Pronoun Case
By: Chris Aguirre & Austin Moon

Pronoun Case
Personal pronouns have three cases: nominative, objective, and possessive. The way a pronoun is used in a sentence determines its case

Subjective or Nominative
A pronoun used as the subject of a sentence or as a predicate nominative
case pronoun. The nominative case pronouns are I, you, he, she, it, we, and they.

Objective
A pronoun used in the predicate part of the sentence as a direct object, indirect object, or an object of the
preposition is an objective case pronoun. The objective case pronouns are me, you, him, her, it, us, and them.

Possessive
A pronoun that demonstrates ownership is a possessive pronoun.
Possessive pronouns include my, mine, our, ours, its, his, her, hers, their, theirs, your, yours, whose, and one's.
Pronoun Case Exercise
Which pronoun case is the word in each sentence?

Examples
Direct Object
Our puppy likes
him
.
Dad took
them
to the airport.

Indirect Object
Hand
her
the keys.
Mom cooked Dad and
us
dinner.

Object of a Preposition
You can ride with
me
.
That belongs to
us
.

Examples
Subject
He
ate the banana.
We
picked wildflowers.

Predicate Nominative
The winner is
she
.
Our neighbors are
they
.

Examples
The cat is
yours
.
Our
house is big.
The ring is
hers
.
The bag is
theirs
.

Give
it
some water.
One’s
treasure is special.
I will sit by Joy and
you
.
We shall finally have what is rightfully
ours
.
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