Pronoun case refers to the use of subject pronouns (like “she”) in the subjects of sentences and object pronouns (like “her”) in the objects of sentences. Usually, pronoun case is intuitive for native English speakers. For instance, you would never say “Her did well on the test” or “I sent an email to she.” The two pronouns for which case can be tricky is I/me and who/whom. Continue reading
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