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In chapter Pronoun . What is meaning of Nominative and Objectives ?? 


Asked by ayushivishwakarma3451.5sdatl 18th May 2020, 9:16 AM
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These are the pronouns that are usually the subject of a sentence and they do the action in that sentence.
I went to the mall today.
You walked 2 miles yesterday.
An objective pronoun acts as the object of a sentence, t receives the action of the verb. The objective pronouns are her, him, it, me, them, us, and you.
Take a picture of him, not us!
Answered by Expert 19th May 2020, 11:40 PM
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