posted by ashley .
The city of Munich plans many interesting festivities.
I am working on an english maintenance and #3 tells me to identify the nouns in the objective case in this sentence.
Could you please help
In English, nouns do not have subject or object case; pronouns do, but nouns don't.
If you need to know which noun serves as the direct object, ask yourself this:
The city of Munich plans what? You'll probably answer with three words, but only one of those words is a noun -- nouns name people, places, things, and ideas. Which of those three words is the noun?
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help forum. Ask "What does the city plan? The answer (festivities) is the direct-object noun.