The Three Cases of Personal Pronouns
Pronouns have three cases, which is what indicates how that pronoun is related to the words that it is used with. The three cases are: nominative, possessive, and objective. The nominative case is used when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence. The nominative form pronouns are: I, you, he/she, it, we/they.
- She was quiet as she entered the museum.
- My car wouldn’t start because I left the headlights on.
- I was so thrilled that I gave her a big hug.