WHAT DO YOU USE OBJECT PRONOUNS FOR?
• THERE ARE SEVEN OBJECTS PRONOUNS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
• OBJECTS ARE PEOPLE OR THINGS THAT ARE AFFECTED BY THE ACTION
OF THE VERB.
•WE USE OBJECT PRONOUNS TO SUBSTITUTE A NOUN.
SHE LOVES ROBERT VERY MUCH.
SHE LOVES HIM VERY MUCH. (HIM SUBSTITUTES ROBERT)
OBJECT PRONOUNS ALWAYS GO AFTER THE VERB.
•SOMETIMES OBJECT PRONOUNS FOLLOW PREPOSITIONS.
YOUR SISTER CAN COME WITH US.
1. SHE PHONES ME. (ME REFERS TO I)
2. I PLAY FOOTBALL WITH YOU. ( YOU REFERS TO YOU)
3. SHE HAS BREAKFAST WITH HIM. (HIM REFERS TO HE)
4. HE WATCHES TV WITH HER. (HER REFERS TO SHE)
5. HE RUNS WITH US. (US REFERS TO WE)
6. I GIVE THEM A PRESENT. ( THEM REFERS TO THEY)
7. WE EAT CHOCOLATE CAKE EVERYDAY. WE LIKE IT TOO
MUCH. (IT REFERS TO CHOCOLATE CAKE= IT)
CHANGE THE RED WORDS TO OBJECT PRONOUNS.
1. I write letters to Mario.
I WRITE LETTERS TO HIM.
2. I have a birthday present for the children.
I HAVE A BITHDAY PRESENT FOR THEM.
3. Call Rita and me tomorrow.
CALL US TOMORROW
4. I send my parents a letter every week.
I SEND THEM A LETTER EVERY WEEK
5. He drives the car.
HE DRIVES IT.
6. I talk to Maria.
I TALK TO HER.
7. I visit Mr. and Mrs. Anderson.
I VISIT THEM.
8. I have the books.
I HAVE THEM.
9. She visits Barbara.
She VISITS HER.