Which case of a pronoun is used as the subject of a sentence or a clause? nominative


Answer 1
Answer: Nominative pronouns are type of nouns used as the subject of a sentence or a clause. A pronoun is used to substitute a noun. In order for it to substitute, it must have a clear antecedent. Personal pronouns are used to substitute nouns with ownership. There are three persons point of view.1st person is when the subject is the one who is speaking (e.g. I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, ours). 2nd person is when the subject is the one being spoken to (you, your, yours). 3rd person is when the subject is the one spoken about (he, him, his, she, her, hers, it, its, they, their, theirs).


Related Questions


Select one of the following topic sentences (1, 2, 3, 4, or 5) and write a paragraph that develops this topic. end the paragraph with a clinching sentence that refers to and repeats the idea (but does not use the same words) of the topic sentence. 1. My favorite food is ____
2. I cannot concentrate when ____
3. Sports are overemphasized in school and should be eliminated.
4. Sports are necessary for a good education.
5. The problem I would try to solve first if I were President is ____.


Example(please use your own words.) :

My favorite food is pizza(< topic sentence) because it's cheesy, and I love how the cheese tastes with the sauce.  My family also likes this food, We eat it together for dinner almost every night. I don't eat it everyday since it's not "healthy", but sometimes me and my older sister order some pizza secretly and eat it in the park in back of my house. If you can't tell, I'm obsessed with this food. If I ruled over the world, I would make my country out of pizza.


I cannot concentrate when...


I cannot concentrate when there's too much noise around. I don't exactly know why but it just blurs my head and it's impossible to do anything, anyways, I've tried to work this issue because i'm totally aware that sometimes it's impossible to isolate from the world or find a place completely in silence, so, even though i like libraries a lot, i think i should start to read or study in some noisy places, that way i could start to get used to the fact that i should be able to concentrate anywhere. But, actually, if i could, i would totally create a secret place where a could go and just do what i needed, and then came back to reality, and where no sound could be heard.


Which of the following describes the procedures of a lesson plan?     
  A. The specific steps to be taken in carrying out the lesson plan
  B. Your thoughts regarding what aspects of the lesson went well and which aspects need improvement before teaching the lesson again
  C. How will you simplify the lesson in the event that the content is too advanced for some learners
  D. How you will go about determining the children's strengths and weaknesses once the lesson is taught



A. The specific steps to be taken in carrying out the lesson plan


The procedures of a lesson plan include the set of steps that will be taken during the lesson. The steps should be designed before the lesson and each step should be described in detail. The details are what makes each step specific since  each of them has a different aim and is carried out at different moments of the lesson.

My best educated guess would be D. because you will need to share information and methods you will use with the students to help them master whatever the subject is.

Since the desert air was so dry, the bread quickly turned stale. In this sentence, which word serves as a clue that there is cause and effect?


I believe so, yes

You have a cause: The Desert air was dry
and you have effect: The bread quickly turned stale

What is the rhyme scheme in these lines from “Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll? ’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

“Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!”

A.abab, abab
B.abab, cdcd
C.aabb, ccdd
D.aabb, cddc


Answer: B) abab, cdcd.

Explanation: To determine the rhyme scheme of a poem or stanza, we must pay attention to the final sound of each line. The similar sounds will have the same letter, and the unique sounds, different letters (starting with the letter "A"). In the given lines from "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll, the lines 1 and three end with the words "toves" and "borogoves" respectively, which rhyme and therefore they would be represented by the letter "A." The lines 2 and 4 also rhyme (wabe and outgrabe), so they would have the letter "B." In the same way we analize the rest: "son" and "shun" (letter C) and "catch" and "Bandersnatch" (letter D). So the final rhyme scheme would be: ABAB, CDCD.

The Rhyme Scheme is B, 
This is because every other word rhymes in the first part 
the second part uses words the dont rhyme with anything in the first part. 
Random Questions