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  • SOS GRAMMAR
  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
  • A subject pronoun is used as the subjecof a sentence. She is my best friend. It is my dog. Does he know the answer? You and I will do the exercise. He will be here next year.
  • An object pronoun is used as the direct/indirect object or the object of a preposition. Give me the book. Give the book to me. She loves him. He loves us. Will he help them?
  • Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns I ME YOU YOU HE HIM SHE HER IT IT WE US YOU YOU THEY THEM
  • Possessive Pronouns are pronouns which show ownership. Something belongs to someone. Adjective Pronouns describe the noun. Possessive Pronouns take place of the noun.
  • Adjective: My book is on the table. Possessive: Mine is on the table. Adjective: Your car is green. Possevive: Yours is green. Adjective: These are our pencils. Possessive: These are ours.
  • Possessive Adjective Possessive Pronouns My Mine Your Yours His His Her Hers Its Its Our Ours Your Yours Their Theirs
  •  They are used when the subject and the object are the same person or thing.  They are generally preceded by certain verbs, such as: CUT, HURT, EXPRESS, INTRODUCE, BURN, LOOK AFTER AND ENJOY.  They are also used when we want to emphasize the person who does the action.
  • REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS MYSELF YOURSELF HIMSELF HERSELF ITSELF OURSELVES YOURSELVES THEMSELVES He cut himself yesterday. She can express herself in English. Bob drives the car himself. I live by myself.