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  1. 1. SURVIVAL A2 ENGLISHUSING OBJECT PRONOUNS
  2. 2. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
  3. 3. REVIEWQUICK REVIEWA subject pronoun identifies –who– is performingthe action.
  4. 4. REVIEWQUICK REVIEWA subject pronoun identifies –who– is performingthe action. I enjoy reading.
  5. 5. REVIEWQUICK REVIEWA subject pronoun identifies –who– is performingthe action. I enjoy reading. She likes movies.
  6. 6. REVIEWQUICK REVIEWA subject pronoun identifies –who– is performingthe action. I enjoy reading. She likes movies. We prefer concerts to movies.
  7. 7. REVIEWQUICK REVIEWA subject pronoun identifies –who– is performingthe action. I enjoy reading. She likes movies. We prefer concerts to movies. They prefer to visit their grandmother.
  8. 8. USE
  9. 9. USEWe use the object pronoun toindicate the object of an action.
  10. 10. USEExamples of the object pronoun:
  11. 11. USEExamples of the object pronoun: 1. We know Mrs. Baker from school.
  12. 12. USEExamples of the object pronoun: 1. We know Mrs. Baker from school. We know her from school.
  13. 13. USEExamples of the object pronoun: 1. We know Mrs. Baker from school. We know her from school. 2. Tommy gave the books to his friends.
  14. 14. USEExamples of the object pronoun: 1. We know Mrs. Baker from school. We know her from school. 2. Tommy gave the books to his friends. He gave it to them.
  15. 15. FORM
  16. 16. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I
  17. 17. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me
  18. 18. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you
  19. 19. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you you
  20. 20. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you you he
  21. 21. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you you he him
  22. 22. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you you he him she
  23. 23. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me you you he him she her
  24. 24. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they you you he him she her
  25. 25. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you he him she her
  26. 26. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we he him she her
  27. 27. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we us he him she her
  28. 28. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we us he him you she her
  29. 29. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we us he him you you she her
  30. 30. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we us he him you you she her it
  31. 31. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I me they them you you we us he him you you she her it it
  32. 32. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I enjoy reading .
  33. 33. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I enjoy reading . action
  34. 34. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I enjoy reading . noun that receives the action action
  35. 35. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I enjoy reading . noun that receives the action action I enjoy
  36. 36. FORMOBJECT PRONOUNAn object pronoun takes place of the person ornoun that is the object of the verb. I enjoy reading . noun that receives the action action I enjoy it . object pronoun
  37. 37. FORMUse it in place of nouns:
  38. 38. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) them
  39. 39. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun.
  40. 40. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun. Sara likes
  41. 41. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun. Sara likes the red shoes. plural noun
  42. 42. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun. Sara likes the red shoes. plural noun Sara likes them. plural object pronoun
  43. 43. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun. Sara likes the red shoes. plural noun Sara likes them. plural object pronoun Mark reads “Harry Potter” in his free time.
  44. 44. FORMUse it in place of nouns: singular noun (book) it plural noun (books) themThe object pronoun goes directly after the noun. Sara likes the red shoes. plural noun Sara likes them. plural object pronoun Mark reads “Harry Potter” in his free time. Mark reads it in his free time.
  45. 45. FORMWe use object pronouns after prepositions(to, for, etc.)
  46. 46. FORMWe use object pronouns after prepositions(to, for, etc.) Mr. Byrnes gave the book to me.
  47. 47. FORMWe use object pronouns after prepositions(to, for, etc.) Mr. Byrnes gave the book to me. Pedro sent an e-mail to her.
  48. 48. FORMWe use object pronouns after prepositions(to, for, etc.) Mr. Byrnes gave the book to me. Pedro sent an e-mail to her. Mark was with us this afternoon.
  49. 49. FORMWe use object pronouns after prepositions(to, for, etc.) Mr. Byrnes gave the book to me. Pedro sent an e-mail to her. Mark was with us this afternoon. Tomas left after them.
  50. 50. PRACTICE
  51. 51. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________4 This is my new sweater. __________________________5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  52. 52. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________4 This is my new sweater. __________________________5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  53. 53. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________ I like them.3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________4 This is my new sweater. __________________________5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  54. 54. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________ I like them.3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________ I don’t like it.4 This is my new sweater. __________________________5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  55. 55. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________ I like them.3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________ I don’t like it.4 This is my new sweater. __________________________ Do you like it?5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  56. 56. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________ I like them.3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________ I don’t like it.4 This is my new sweater. __________________________ Do you like it?5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________ I don’t like them./Do you like them?6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________
  57. 57. REVIEWWrite sentences with I like…, I don’t like…, or Do youlike?1 I don’t play golf. _____________________________ I don’t like it.2 My neighbors are very nice. ______________________ I like them.3 Fishing isn’t very fun. __________________________ I don’t like it.4 This is my new sweater. __________________________ Do you like it?5 Spiders are very ugly. __________________________ I don’t like them./Do you like them?6 I like May and Tom very much. ____________________ Do you like them?
  58. 58. Exclusive use for: THE KENNEDY INSTITUTE End of PresentationNo part of this presentation may be printed, downloaded, copied, stored or altered without written permission of The Kennedy Institute. ®2012

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