Case of pronoun when used as an adjective
Does the case of a pronoun change when the role of the noun it modifies changes from subject to object?
We know the subjective pronoun "we" is used to modify the subject "creatures" in the following sentence:
We creatures are human.
Does the pronoun shift to the objective "us" when modifying a noun used as an object of a preposition?
She provided a trip down memory lane for (we/us?) creatures of the 1950s.
What is the rule?
Hero of the day
Person asked the most questions.