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    grammar term

    what do you call the term that describes the proper usage of ME, I, US, & WE? I think it starts with a letter "C", and i just can't remember

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    Re: grammar term

    In grammar terms, I, We, You etc. are called Personal Pronouns.


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    Re: grammar term

    i think its object personal pronouns...


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    Re: grammar term

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what do you call the term that describes the proper usage of ME, I, US, & WE? I think it starts with a letter "C", and i just can't remember
    I think you are talking about the category of case.

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