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17 December, 02:15

Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun?

A. The people were Rachel and I at the front door.

B. Tom and them showed up late to practice.

C. My best friend on the baseball team is him.

D. Did Wanda and her finish wrapping all the gifts yet?

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  1. 17 December, 04:12
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    Nominative case pronoun would be a pronoun in its basic form, so: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they ...

    So, the correct answer is A, 'I' is a nominative case pronoun, whereas the other examples only have objective case pronouns: them, him, her.
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