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A noun or pronoun that precedes a gerund should be in the ________________. a.) nominative case b.) possessive case c.) objective case

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When nouns or pronouns precede gerunds in sentences, USE THE POSSESSIVE CASE.
http://www.towson.edu/ows/ModuleCASE.htm
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LOL. According to TOWNSON.EDU, 'When nouns or pronouns precede gerunds in sentences, USE THE POSSESSIVE CASE.'
http://www.towson.edu/ows/ModuleCASE.htm
So, the answer to your question is - b.) possessive case.
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