Noun Case Worksheet

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I want apple sauce in the attic in a bowl.

I want apple sauce in the attic with a bowl.

I want apple sauce with a bowl in the attic.

I want apple sauce with cinnamon.

I want apple sauce with milk.

I want apple sauce with cinnamon and milk.

I want apple sauce with cinnamon and with milk.

I want apple sauce with cinnamon and a side of milk.

I want apple cinnamon apple sauce with milk.

I want milk with cinnamon on apple sauce.

I want apple sauce.

I want apple sauce in a bowl.

I want a bowl of apple sauce.

I want a bowl of sauce.

I had a bowl of apple sauce.

I had apple sauce doused with cinnamon.

I had doused apple sauce.

I doused apple sauce.

The apple sauce was doused.

The apple sauce was doused with cinnamon.

I had cinnamon-doused apple sauce.

I had delicious apple sauce.

I had cinnamon apple sauce.

The apple sauce was in a bowl.

The apple sauce sat doused with cinnamon in a bowl.

The cinnamon-doused apple sauce sat in a bowl in the attic.

The cinnamon-doused apple sauce sat in a bowl on the floor of the attic.

I had apple sauce.

I ate apple sauce.

I drank milk.

I drank milk and ate apple sauce.

I ate and drank apple sauce and milk.

I drank milk with apple sauce.

I drank milk with sauce.

I drink milk with my apple sauce.

I enjoy milk and cinnamon apple sauce.

I enjoyed milk and cinnamon-doused apple sauce.

I enjoy milk with cinnamon on apple sauce in the attic.

In the attic, I enjoy milk with cinnamon-doused apple sauce.

In the attic, I enjoyed milk with cinnamon-doused apple sauce.


Where were you when you were with her?

Where were you when you met her?

Where did you meet her?

Where were you?

Where was she?

Where were both of you?

Where were the both of you?

Where were the both of you going?

Where were the both of you going to?

Where were the both of you going to be?

Where were you going to be?

Where were you going to be, the both of you that is?

Where were you talking?

Where were you yesterday?

Where were you Monday?

Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 5

And all our yesterdays have lighted fools

Where were you, quickly?

Where were you last night?

Where were you last Monday?

Where were you last year?

Where will you be next month?

Where will you be in a month?

Where will you be next January?

Where will you be in the month of January?

Where will you be January?

Where will you be in January?

Where will you be in one week?

Where will you be next class?


Give him what he ate yesterday in a minute.

Give him what he ate yesterday, and give it to him in a minute.

He ate what he ate yesterday in a minute.


Where are they?

Tell me where they are.

Tell me where you went yesterday when you had breakfast.

Customers want what they want how they want it at the time they want it in the way that they want it when they want it where they want it at the place they want it.

Customers want what they want

how they want it

at the time they want it

in the way that they want it

when they want it

where they want it

at the place they want it.


She seems to be able to run.

She seems able to run.

She seems able.

Do you have any memory of a game of baseball?

Do you have any memory from a game of baseball?

Do you have any memory about a game of baseball?

Do you have any memory of a game about baseball?

Do you remember baseball?

Do you play baseball?


Can you get on the plane on time?

Can you get on the plane in time?

Can you get to the plane on time

Can you get to the plane in time?

Can you be at the plane on time?

Can you arrive at the plane with time to spare?

Can you arrive at the plane with time left?


Don’t run around the house.

Don’t run about the house.

Don’t run around.

Don’t run about.

Don’t run around quickly.

Don’t run about quickly.

Don’t run quickly.


Let’s talk about paper.

We talked about you.

They talked about me.

They talked about me without me.

They talked about me without me there.

They talked about me with each other.

They talked about me with each other without me with them.

They talked without me.


He eats rice.

He eats every day.

He eats daily.

He eats curry rice with chicken.

He eats curry rice.

He eats rice with chicken.

He eats curry.

You see words.

You see English words.

You read English.

You read English words.

He is John.

He is tall.

He is writing.

They are singing.

They like singing.


It is in front of that.

It is in front of the door.

It is on the side of the door.

It is on the front side of that door.

It is in front of and about the door.

It is in front of and around the door.