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Subject Pronouns vs Object Pronouns: English Language

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Subject Pronouns vs Object Pronouns: English Language

  1. 1. vs
  2. 2. Daniel likes basketball. He plays it all the time.
  3. 3. he it Personal Pronouns Personal pronouns may be used as: He plays it all the time. the subject of a verb the object of a verb Subject pronoun Object pronoun
  4. 4. he it Personal Pronouns After a preposition: Object pronoun Can I play with you?
  5. 5. Jane likes dogs. She has got one. Subject Pronouns
  6. 6. P L U R A L S I N G U L A R I you he she it we you they Subject Pronouns 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 1 st 2 nd 3 rd
  7. 7. My name is Daniel. I’m fourteen. I
  8. 8. My father is a doctor. He works in a hospital. He
  9. 9. Julie is my sister. She is twelve. She
  10. 10. It Our classroom is great. It is big and comfortable.
  11. 11. We David and I are playing football. We like sports.
  12. 12. Alice and Sally are classmates. They are nine years old. they
  13. 13. It When we are talking about a single thing, we almost always use it. Note: Exceptions: pet vehicle, country he/she/him/her she/her
  14. 14. It We often use it to introduce a remark: It’s important to learn foreign languages.
  15. 15. It We also use it as an empty pronoun: timeweather distance It’s already ten o’clock. It’s snowing. It’s 50 km from here to London.
  16. 16. Jane likes dogs. She likes to stroke them. Object Pronouns
  17. 17. P L U R A L S I N G U L A R me you him her it us you them Object Pronouns 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 1 st 2 nd 3 rd
  18. 18. me I don´t understand this. Can you help me?
  19. 19. you Goodbye, Diana. I’ll call you later.
  20. 20. Daniel is painting. His mother is helping him. him
  21. 21. Miss Jones is very nice. All the children like her. her
  22. 22. She knows the answer. She knows it. it
  23. 23. us We love miss Jones. She teaches us many interesting things.
  24. 24. them Mary loves books. She likes reading them.
  25. 25. Object Pronouns We can use some object pronouns as short answers, particularly in informal speaking: Me!Who ate all the biscuits? Note:
  26. 26. Keep in mind:
  27. 27. Personal Pronouns Replace nouns or noun phrases Daniel likes basketball. He plays it all the time. Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns My father is a doctor. He works in a hospital. Mary loves books. She likes reading them.
  28. 28. Personal Pronouns 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd Singular Plural Subject Object I you he we you they me you him us you them she it her it We also use it as an empty pronoun: timeweather distance It’s snowing.
  29. 29. Personal Pronouns We can use some object pronouns as short answers, particularly in informal speaking: Me!Who ate all the biscuits?
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