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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

  • English -

    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?

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help forum. Ask "What does the city plan? The answer (festivities) is the direct-object noun.

    Sra

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