Tag Archives: nominative pronouns

Myself Cannot Be the Subject of a Sentence

Do not use myself as the subject of a sentence. Myself and the other -self words—himself, herself, ourselves, etc.—are  reflexives, and reflexives cannot be used as subjects. Nominatives should be used as subjects. The nominatives are I, we, he, she, … Continue reading

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Is It Him and I or Him and Me?

I’ve already written some general information about pronouns, but I think that it might be more helpful if I tackle them individually. Here, I’ll talk about the personal pronouns him and I versus him and me. Let’s get a couple … Continue reading

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Fun with Pronouns: you and me, you and I, him and me…

Nominative pronouns are pronouns that can be used as subjects of clauses or sentences. The nominatives are I, he, she, we, they, who, whoever. Objective pronouns are pronouns that can be used as objects. The objectives are me, him, her, … Continue reading

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