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Chapter 10. Prepositions > Exercises - Pg. 36

2 ­ 6 Grammar Skills Pronoun cases Explanation It is important to recognize that there are three different cases of pronouns that are defined by when the pronoun is used in the sentence. There are three pronoun cases: · Nominative · Objective · Possessive Nominative pronouns{xe "Pronouns:Nominative"} Nominative pronouns refer to the case when a pronoun is the subject of a sentence. For example, in the following sentence, "she" is the nominative pronoun: "She is hard to work with." Objective pronouns{xe "Pronouns:Objective"} Objective pronouns refer to the case when a pronoun is the object of a verb or verbal. In the following sentence, the pronoun "him" is the object: "The manager gave him a raise." Possessive pronouns{xe "Pronouns:Possessive"} Possessive pronouns refer to the case when a pronoun shows ownership. For example, in the following sentence, "yours" is the possessive pronoun: "Is this notebook yours? It is important to remember that the possessive form of a pronoun does not use an