Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun? A. Did Jackie and him work well together? B. Jane and them are planning to go to the park tomorrow. C. The oldest child in the family is him. D. The children were Susan and I in the photograph.
Nominative case pronouns are pronouns that are generally used in the sentence as the subject. They are the direct doers of the action (verb). Nominative case pronouns include I, you, he, she, they, it and we. The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is: The children were Susan and I in the photograph. The correct answer is option D.