Grammar : 2
Grammar : 2 |
Nominative Case to HOME PAGE
A noun is said to be in the Nominative Case if it is the subject of a verb. (SUBJECT is the person or the thing who or which carries out the action of the verb in the sentence)
Mr. Ram is an intelligent boy.
Mr. Ram is a proper noun in Nominative case.
The painter paints the portraits.
The painter is a common noun in Nominative case.
I am buying vegetables for my family.
I is a pronoun in Nominative case.
These examples carry another term "pronoun" which is a word used to represent a noun.
For example :
I, We, You, He, She, it and they are the seven pronouns.
There are only seven pronouns.
Only other variations of these seven pronouns are there.
Those variations can be used in place of the nouns.