Questions tagged [subject-pronouns]

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Possessive Case with a Name and a Pronoun

How do I change, for example, "the party/wedding/relationship/... of John and I" into the possessive case (possessive using 's)? My train of thought goes a little something like this: The ...
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Subject pronoun of 'everyone' in tag question

The word everyone is a singular indefinite pronoun. But while tagging, why its subject pronoun is they which is plural? e.g. Everyone wants to live, don't they? Here, in the statement, the subject '...
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Is it possible to use “next” between subject and verb?

When we next see Alex and Max, who are presently parents of two children, they will have had a new baby in their family. Source: English Grammar Digest by Trudy Aronson. I know Only a few adverbs of ...
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Let John and I go or Let John me go [duplicate]

Let John and I go is correct or not? Or should I use Let John and me go? Which one is correct and why? Here "I" is the subject pronoun and "me" is object pronoun. Above John and me/...
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Repeating a body-pronoun in a sentence is obligation, option, or prohibited?

"Yesterday we went to a supermarket and (we?) bought beef and chicken"? The second body-pronoun in the same sentence is obligation, option (=up to you), or prohibited if we are talking about standard ...