PRONOUNS – PART 3
A pronoun can be used in a sentence as subject, object or to show possession.
The process of designating a pronoun as nominative, objective or possessive is called giving it case.
What are the nominative, objective and possessive forms, both singular and plural, for the following pronouns: “I”, “you” and “he”?
What are the nominative, objective and possessive forms of the pronoun “who”?
The word for today is “implication”.
What part of speech is “implication”?
Define “implication” and use it in a sentence that clearly shows its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.