Noun or Pronoun Case

The case of a noun or pronoun in English is that form of a word which shows its relationship to other words in the sentence. The three cases in English are nominative (for subjects and predicate nominatives), objective (for direct objects, indirect objects, objects of prepositions, object complements, and subjects of infinitives), and possessive. In all English nouns and indefinite pronouns, there is no difference between the form of the nominative and the form of the objective.

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