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Pronoun Problems… . and how to quickly solve them!. Which sentence is correct?. A) Me and Jesse went to the farm yesterday. B) I and Jesse went to the farm yesterday. C) Jesse and I went to the farm yesterday. D ) Jesse and me went to the farm yesterday. Pronoun Case.

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pronoun problems

Pronoun Problems…

and how to quickly solve them!

which sentence is correct
Which sentence is correct?

A) Me and Jesse went to the farm yesterday.

B) I and Jesse went to the farm yesterday.

C) Jesse and I went to the farm yesterday.

D) Jesse and me went to the farm yesterday.

pronoun case
Pronoun Case

Nominative: The pronoun is the subject of the sentence or the predicate nominative.

Ex: I built the tower.

Ex: It was I who built the tower.

Objective: The pronoun is the object of the sentence (direct object, indirect object or object of the preposition).

Ex: He called me.

Ex: He told me a story.

Ex: He told a story to me.

Possessive: My dog barked all night.

choose the right pronoun and identify the case
Choose the right pronoun and identify the case.

What are he/him and Jack doing for the talent show?

Dad bought a guitar for my brother and I/me.

It is he/him who found your guitar pick.

Tell Dad and him/he we will play a song.

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TIP: When you have a sentence with multiple subjects or objects joined by a conjunction, split them up to find out which sounds better.

Ex: Buy a car for me and him/ him and I.

Buy a car for me? Buy a car for him?

Buy a car for him? Buy a car for I?

ready for the quiz
Ready for the quiz?

4: Yes, I can teach this to my friends now.

3: Yes, I just need a little more practice.

2: No, I need to practice a lot more.

1: I am completely confused.

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