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Differences between subject and object pronouns. Explanation, examples, activities and links to work on line.

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    Circle the object form of the personal pronoun that can substitute the underlined phrase in the sentence?

    1) The teacher always gives the students homework.
    me
    them
    you

    2) I am reading the book to my little sister.
    her
    us
    him

    3) The boys are riding their bikes.
    it
    them
    her

    4) My father is writing a letter to John.
    me
    her
    him

    5) I don't know the answer.
    she
    her
    it

    6) Sally is going to Anne.
    her
    him
    me

    7) Open the window, please.
    it
    them
    us

    8) Can you tell the people the way to the airport, please?
    you
    them
    us

    9) The books are for Peter.
    him
    her
    you

    10) Can you help my sister and me, please?
    her
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    us
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  • OUR ENGLISH CLASS Subject & Object Pronouns Explanation & Activities Teacher: Mrs. Liliana Lo Preiato
  • Subject & Object Pronouns
    • Subject Pronouns
    • I
    • YOU
    • HE
    • SHE
    • IT
    • WE
    • YOU
    • THEY
    • Object Pronouns
    • ME
    • YOU
    • HIM
    • HER
    • IT
    • US
    • YOU
    • THEM
  • WHAT ARE SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS? SUBJECT PRONOUNS A subject or subjective pronoun performs the action. It goes BEFORE the verb. E.g.: My mother likes roses. ( my mother : subject) She likes roses. ( SHE : subject pronoun) OBJECT PRONOUNS An object or objective pronoun receives the action of the verb. It does not perform the action. An object pronoun is the object (direct or indirect) of the sentence. It goes AFTER the verb. E.g.: She likes roses. ( roses : object) She likes them. ( THEM: object pronoun)
  • Read these examples:
    • I’m here! Look at me! A.
    • You’re bleeding! Look at you! B.
    • He’s drunk! Look at him! C.
    • She’s so beautiful! Look at her! D.
    • That’s a scruffy cat! Look at it! E.
    • We’re on the tree, mum! Look at us!
    • You’re dirty, children! Look at you! F. G .
    • They’re a happy family. Look at them.
    • H.
  • Activities
    • HIGHLIGHT THE CORRECT PRONOUN
    • Look at HE / HIM ! HE / HIM is Johnny Depp!
    • That dog is very friendly. Look at HIM / IT .
    • These are excellent books. Take THEY / THEM .
    • SHE / HER an excellent singer. Listen to SHE / HER .
    • I / ME am nervous!! Don’t talk to I / ME !!
    • Oh, no! Aliens! Look at IT / THEM !!
    • That man is a liar! Don’t talk to HE / HIM !!
    • That’s not your watch! Give IT / THEM to I / ME !!
    • The children are shouting. Take a look at THEY / THEM .
  • 2.1. READ THIS INTERVIEW. WHAT DO THE UNDERLINED PRONOUNS REFER TO?
    • Shaila is a famous country singer. She lives in Hollywood. She is in an
    • Interview with the famous journalist Guy Williams.
    • GUY : You live in a beautiful house, Shaila. I like (1) IT very much.
    • SHAILA : Thank you, Guy.
    • GUY : You’re Australian, aren’t you? Why do you live here in the States?
    • SHAILA : Because I love (2) IT ! The mansions, the glamour, the people are fantastic! I love (3) THEM ! And my husband, Kevin, is American. I want to stay near (4) HIM . He’s a businessman and he can’t live abroad.
    • GUY : Aha. And your family and friends? Don’t you miss (5) THEM ?
    • SHAILA: Of course! But I’ve got new friends here. And I travel to visit my family and old friends very often. So it isn’t so hard.
    • GUY : That photo over there is very nice. Who are they?
    • SHAILA: My children . That’s Vernon and that’s Julian. They live with (6) ME in the States. That’s Jasmine, my daughter. But she doesn’t live here. She lives with my first husband, Brad Pot. I don’t have a good relationship with (/) HIM . I love (8) HER so much but she doesn’t want to live in the States.
    • GUY : I see. And does Jasmine visit (9) YOU ?
    • SHAILA: Oh, yes. She visits (10) ME every summer. She’s with me now.
    • GUY : That’s all for now, Shaila. Thank you very much.
    • SHAILA: You’re welcome, Guy.
  • 2.1 ANSWERS
    • Shaila’s house .
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    • .
    • .
    • .
    • .
  • 2.2. NOW ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT SHAILA
    • What’s Shaila’s job?
    • Where does Shaila live?
    • Is she American? Where’s she from?
    • Why does she live in the U.S.?
    • Does she miss her family and friends in Australia?
    • What does she do not to miss them so much?
    • Who are the people in the photo in her house?
    • Does Shaila’s daughter live with her? Why?
    • How often does Jasmine visit her mother?
    • Where’s Jasmine now?
  • Extended Practice
    • Click on the title of each activity (links) and solve the exercises. They will help you to feel more confident for the test. Don’t panic! Remember that PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!
    • Read and choose
    • Choose the correct pronoun to replace the underlined phrase
    • Fill in with the correct pronoun
    • Fill in the gaps with the correct pronoun
    • Use pronouns to complete sentences
    • Subject and object pronouns. Substitution
    • Match the nouns with the corresponding pronoun
    • Find the pronouns for the nouns
    • Match nouns and pronouns
    • Change the subject and object pronouns