Nominative Case Pronouns
Nominative Case Pronouns Definition
‍Nominative case pronouns are pronouns that are only used as subjects or as predicate pronouns.
Examples of Nominative Case Pronouns

Some examples of nominative case pronouns would be the following:

I love jazz music.

She is performing in the talent show.

They are meeting us at the restaurant.

The host of the premiere is he.

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