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Lecture Comments (2)

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Post by Qiaoxiang Dong on November 8, 2017

How does "Ji Won is as smart as she." work, I don't think understand.

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Post by Jad Sayeh on December 15, 2015

can i say:

johne and I visited the customer or i have to say John and myself visited the customer?

Problems With Pronouns

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:09
  • Pronouns and Pronoun Cases 0:36
    • Pronoun Definition and The Three Cases
    • Subject/Nominative
    • Object/Objective
    • Possessive
  • Rules for Pronouns 1:15
    • Subject Pronouns as the Subject of a Verb
    • Subject Pronouns Used to Rename the Subject, Following To Be Verbs
    • Object Pronouns Following 'To Be' Verbs in Spoken English
    • Object Pronouns Everywhere Else
    • Weak Clauses Versus Strong Clauses When Using Pronouns
    • Strong Clauses
    • Weak Clauses
    • Deciding What Kind of Pronoun to Use
    • Completing The Sentence Differently Changes the Meaning
    • Possessive Pronouns Do Not Need Apostrophes
    • Using Reflexive Pronouns; The 'Self' Pronouns
    • When to Use Who or Whom
    • Choosing Between Whoever and Whomever
    • Who Refers to People, That or Which Refer to Groups or Things
    • That and Which, Essential and Nonessential Clauses
  • Practice 12:32
  • Practice Answers 13:17