Personal pronouns may be classified by person, number, gender and case. ...
Object pronouns are used for the object of a verb or preposition (John likes me
but not her). ... Indefinite pronouns, the...
However, we also include in this group the pronoun it, although this pronoun
does ... The distinction between the two cases relates to how they can be used in
Select from the following, GUIDE Home Page, INDEX, Principles of ... Nouns and
pronouns in English are said to display case according to their function in the
sentence. ... This rule works whether the pronoun is being used as an indirect
object, ... "The group gave certificates of recognition to the two oldest members,
A pronoun is a word used to stand for (or take the place of) a noun. ... If we
replace man (the object in the sentence) with a pronoun, we choose him, an
object pronoun. ... Rewrite the following sentence in the space provided, first
replacing the ... Some nouns which name groups can be either singular or plural,
Want to learn more about an object pronoun? ... An object pronoun is not the
subject of the sentence. ... Take for example the following two sentences: ... to be
talking about the same person, but is a pronoun in a different case. ... pronouns
are which type, and see if you can rattle off the groups of pronouns from memory.
When the group are acting as individuals, then the pronoun should be plural,
meaning ... Use an objective case pronoun when it follows the verb and answers
the ... for, about, on, under, over, or between) that require some object following
them. ... me, or us could be used as the object of a verb or object of a preposition.
Personal pronouns are always used to represent specific things including
individuals. See personal ... They may also take different forms depending on
case, gender, or formality. ... We is first person (because we are speaking as a
group), plural, and neuter. ... The object pronouns in the following examples are
Use the objective case to show that the noun or pronoun receives the action. ... In
the nominative case, the pronoun is used as a subject; in the objective case, ....
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Apr 17, 2010 ... Pronoun Case is really a very simple matter. There are three cases. Subjective
case: pronouns used as subject. Objective case: pronouns used ...
Pronouns that are objects of prepositions are always in the objective case: ...
They're usually used as adjectives that qualify nouns—for example, the pronouns
in my window, .... or as a predicate nominative following a verb (The caller was
who?). ... And when the pronoun refers to a group of individuals who are