Subjective (Nominative) Case I, we, he, she, it, they, youUse these pronouns as subjects of verb or as subject complements.Objective Caseme, us, him, her, it, them, youUse these pronouns as objects of verb or objects of preposition. Possessive Casemy, mine, her, hers, his, it, its, their, theirs, your, yoursUse these pronouns to show possession. Note: No apostrophes!Three Frequent Pronoun Problems1. Compound subjectsMy buddy and I[not me] went shopping. [Ignore "my buddy and"; focus on subject of verb.]2. Compound objectsSend the note to him or me[not I]. [Ignore "him or"; focus on object of preposition. 3. Confused possessive pronounsThe bill and its[not it's] amendments are on file. [Don't confuse the contraction it is with the possessive pronoun its.]Ours[not Our's] is the only team making a presentation. [Possessive pronouns have no apostrophes.]Underline any pronoun errors in the following. Write a correct form above. If the sentence is correct, write C.
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Possessive pronoun, Possessive adjective, Genitive case, Personal pronoun