In the above lesson, we learnt the three cases of the noun, Nominative case, accusative case and possessive case. Let us see some sentences with nouns in these cases.

  • Sachin bought a book
  • Sachin-Nominative case.
  • book-Accusative case.
  • Mother baked a cake
  • mother-Nominative case.
  • cake-Accusative case.
  • The Prime Minister gave a speech.
  • Prime Minister – Nominative case.
  • speech-Accusative case.
  • Sameer took Gautam’s pen.
  • Sameer-Nominative case.
  • pen-Accusative case.
  • Gautam’s-possessive case.
  • The carpenter makes furniture.
  • carpenter-Nominative case.
  • furniture-Accusative case.
  • Plumber repairs taps.
  • plumber-Nominative case.
  • taps-Accusative case.
  • Suman borrowed a Savita’s notebook.
  • Suman-Nominative case.
  • Savita’s-Possessive case.
  • notebook-Accusative case.
  • Iron is a useful metal.
  • iron-Nominative case.
  • metal-Accusative case.
  • Children were playing cricket.
  • children-Nominative case.
  • cricket-Accusative case.
  • Aditya hid Amey’s toys.
  • Aditya-Nominative case.
  • Amey’s-Possessive case.
  • toys-Accusative case.

In the next lesson, we will learn Pronoun and it’s kinds.

Stay tuned.Goodbye!