Find the pronoun in each the sentence. Decide whether the pronoun used is nominative, objective, or possessive. *
- They are going to the stables.
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i don't know
Then why did you try to help
I thought i would know it theres no need to be rude haha
Sorry if it sounded rude
Nominative I believe
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Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? *
a. The late sleepers are my brother and me.
b. Them and Alex are eager explorers.
c. Have him and Ernie finished the obstacle course yet?
d. The neighborhood kids and we waited for the parade.
A is the only grammatically correct sentence
Which pronoun best completes the sentence? How is the pronoun used? *
Harry and __________ will arrive before four o'clock.
a. me; predicate nominative
b. I; predicate nominative
c. I; subject
d. me; subject
I'd go with B
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Most of your research report should be in your own words. What does "your own words" mean? *
It means to not quote directly from one of your resources. You have to explain it in the way that you would and with your own understanding