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Pronouns used as subjects or subject complements are in the nominative case. True or false?
True - Yes, it is true but it is only one of the uses; the predicate nominative is also in the nominative case (for example, "It is I" is in the nominative case.)
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User: The case of a pronoun is determined by how it is used in a sentence. True or false?

User: Pronouns used as subjects or subject complements are in the nominative case. True or false?

Weegy: True - Yes, it is true but it is only one of the uses; the predicate nominative is also in the nominative case (for example, "It is I" is in the nominative case.)
tjdcet|Points 221|

User: Pronouns used when asking questions are interrogative pronouns. True or False?

Weegy: true
aarthielumalai|Points 130|

User: Determine the use of the prepositional phrase in the following sentence. The scenery was beautiful when we drove the car through the valley. adjective, adverb,

Weegy: Adjective. Key word beautiful
NeverAgain|Points 64|

User: Determine the use of the prepositional phrase in the following sentence. The dog knocked the tennis ball under the bed. adjective, adverb,

Weegy: adverb phrase
Expert answered|Ameriay|Points 0|

User: Determine the use of the prepositional phrase in the following sentence. The car beside the old bus is Jenny's. adjective, adverb,

Weegy: adverb phrase
Expert answered|Ameriay|Points 0|

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Asked 10/10/2012 7:40:06 AM
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True. The case of a pronoun is determined by how it is used in a sentence.
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True. Pronouns used when asking questions are interrogative pronouns.
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@Ameriay- Please make sure you answer in complete sentences.
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