English Grammar Lessons
Subjective Case - Glossary of Terms
The subjective case, or nominative case, is one of the 4
main cases in modern English. It is used for any noun or
pronoun that is
the subject of a verb.
sang his poem. ("He" - subject of the verb "sang")
rang the bell? ("Who" - subject of the verb "rang")
will open the school. ("Maria" -
subject of the verb phrase "will open")
to your letter, we
welcome the idea of staying here.
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