CORRECT USAGE By Wren & Martin
Nouns and Pronouns Part 2
Nouns and Pronouns 3 This is my uncle, the engineer's office. My brother Harry's watch. For thy servant David's sake. (thy- , your, yours)
Nouns and Pronouns 1) The King and Queen's journey to India. 2) Huntley and Palmer's biscuits. 1) 2) ta THI T (apostrophe) 's . Ram's and Mohan's houses are adjacent to each other. Premchand's and Tagore's novels differ greatly
Nouns and Pronouns (complement) TdaHE 24 UTTI faa ta (nominative form) 3TH T y afadrar (objective form) anrc 1) It is me. (Rare: It is I.) 2) It was him.
Nouns and Pronouns . cGT FTET (objective form) 3RF TI . 1) Between you and me (not I) affairs look dark. 2) There is really no difference between you and me. 3) Let you and me (not I) do it. 4) Please let Jack and me go to the theatre. 5) Her (not she), who had been the apple of his eye, he now began to regard with something like distrust.
Nouns and Pronouns CGT (objective form) 3RF TI . 1) Him (not he), who had always inspired in her a respect which almost overcame her affection, she now saw the object of open pleasantry He has given great trouble to my father and me (not I). 2)
Nouns and Pronouns He is taller than me. 0r: He is taller than I am. (More formal) 1 swim better than him. Or: I swim better that he does. (More formal)
Nouns and Pronouns I am as tall as her. 0r; I am as tall as she is. (More formal) (e.g. 'He is taller than I')
Nouns and Pronouns o All passengers must show their tickets. o Every man must bear his own burden. Each of the girls gave her own version of the affair. o I am not one of those who believe everything they (not I) hear.