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Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Did Jackie and him work well together? B. Jane and them are planning to go to the park tomorrow. C. The oldest child in the family is him. D. The children were Susan and I in the photograph.
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User: Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Did Jackie and him work well together? B. Jane and them are planning to go to the park tomorrow. C. The oldest child in the family is him. D. The children were Susan and I in the photograph.

Weegy: The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is:
It was Susan and I in the photograph.



User: Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Eva and me are going in the same costumes. B. Have you seen how well Ricky and her dance together? C. The most dangerous animals are them. D. The referee at tonight's game will be I.

Weegy: The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is: A. The referee at tonight's game will be I.
debnjerry|Points 71338|

User: Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Don and them are wonderful friends. B. The campers and we gathered around the bonfire. C. Have her and Julie been to the downtown mall recently? D. The only ones who received ribbons were Paul and me.

Weegy: The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is: The campers and we gathered around the bonfire.
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User: Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Last Saturday Steve and her went to the movies. B. Alan and I baked a strawberry-rhubarb pie. C. Yesterday Bob and me worked at the outdoor market. D. Is that her at the front door?

Weegy: The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is; C. Alan and I baked a strawberry-rhubarb pie.
debnjerry|Points 71338|

User: Which pronoun best completes the sentence? How is the pronoun used? The lead actors in the play were Riley, Terrence, and __________. A. I; subject B. I; predicate nominative C. me; subject D. me; predicate nominative

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The lead actors in the play were Riley, Terrence, and I.
The pronoun I it is used as predicate nominative.
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