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explain pronoun case?
a pronoun is a pro-form that substitutes for a noun with or without a determiner, such as you and they in English.
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In English certain pronouns are meant to be the subject or predicate nominative of a sentence. Other words are meant to be the objects--whether direct, indirect, objects of prepositions, or object complements.

Pronouns used as subjects or predicate nominatives (nominative case):


I, you, he, she, it, we, they, who
Pronouns used as objects (objective case):


me, you, him, her, it, us, them, whom


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write four sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. and use five different pronouns in each of your sentences and all pronouns most be used in bold
Weegy: First write your sentences. The sentences have to be about personal finance or credit cards. [ You might have sentences such as, "My friend said that she was never going to get a credit card because she prefers to save up and pay cash for whatever she wants. She said that her uncle had once been in serious debt with credit cards and she didn't want to have to go through that awful stress." Once you have written your sentences, go through them and see if you can identify the pronouns, adverbs and adjectives. If you do not have 5 different pronouns, adverbs and adjectives, then modify your sentences to ensure you include the correct number, then identify them as required by the question. I have to say that the next part of the question is not clear to me either. My question would be, "What event?" I would ask the teacher for clarification of this part of the question. Was the interaction supposed to be an event? Is part of the question missing? ] (More)
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write four sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. use at least five different pronouns in each sentences
Weegy: I encouraged my friend to get her own credit card because up to now, she is still using the extension card that belongs to her mother. [ My brother who joined in the conversation said that having his own card helped him become more responsible with his finances. I had to agree. Since having his own card, my brother became more conscious of his spendings and he made sure to pay his credit debts on time so as not to incur charges. ] (More)
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write four sentences describing a recent interaction with a friend or family member about personal finance or credit cards. use at least five different pronouns in each sentences
Weegy: I'm sorry. This looks like an assignment that is related to a personal experience from your own life. I cannot write it for you, since I am not your friend or your family member. (More)
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example of pronouns
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is my a pronoun
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Yes, my is a pronoun.
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