Examples of The Subjective Case/Nominative Case

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Definition of The Subjective Case/Nominative Case:

Nouns or pronouns used as the subject of a verb in a sentence are called the subjective case or nominative case. This case is also used for a subject complement.

Examples of The Subjective Case/Nominative Case:

  • Suzan is finding out the problem.
  • She is finding out the problem.
  • She is a lawyer.
  • Jack will sing the song.
  • He will sing the song.
  • He is a singer.
  • Steven will come here tomorrow.
  • He will come here tomorrow.
  • He is a Professor.
  • Samuel is very busy with the new business.
  • He is very busy with the new business.
  • He is a business-man.
  • Lisa is designing the visiting card.
  • She is designing the visiting card.
  • She is a graphic designer.
  • Ann is writing the articles.
  • She is writing the articles.
  • She is a content writer.
  • Alex will assist you in this project.
  • He will assist you in this project.
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