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Nominative and Objective Pronouns. By: Dixie Russell. Pre-Teaching Activity . What is a nominative pronoun? What is an objective pronoun? Use each in a sentence. What is my favorite candy?

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pre teaching activity
Pre-Teaching Activity

What is a nominative pronoun?

What is an objective pronoun?

Use each in a sentence.

What is my favorite candy?

Rate your knowledge on nominative and objective pronouns on a scale from 1-10!! 1 being NO IDEA 10being EXPERT

nominative pronouns
Nominative Pronouns

I is the subject of the sentence

Ran is the verb of the sentence. Who ran? I ran.

  • I – You – He – She – It – They – We
    • Nominative pronouns are the type of pronouns that are doing the action.

Ex.Iran to the store to get bananas.

objective pronouns
Objective Pronouns

Her is the object that Jimmy loves.

Who does Jimmy love?

Me – You – Him – Her – It – Us – Them

Objective pronouns are the object of the sentence or phrase.

Ex. Jimmy loves her.

you try it
You Try It

Directions: Raise your hand and tell me the nominative pronoun or the objective pronoun.

1) I went to soccer practice on Saturday.

2) You were the one to lose the keys!

3) The police officer went to arrest them.

4) He studied all night for the quiz.

5) My family loves me.

6) All the teachers hate him!

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GAME

(There are prizes so acually try to play the game right!!)

Directions: Raise your hand if you would like to go up to the board and give it a shot!! In order to get a prize you have to put a notecard that is on the board in a sentence that would make sense.

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