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Which sentence correctly uses a nominative case pronoun?
A. Have her and Julie been to the downtown mall recently.
B. Don and them are wonderful friends.
C. The campers and we gathered around the bonfire.
D. The only ones who received ribbons were Paul and me.

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    Here are nominative forms of personal pronouns:
    he, she, it

    What do you think?

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