Pronouns: Personal and object pronouns

1st Part
Personal and object pronouns

2nd Part
Demonstratives pronouns
for timing and feelings

3rd Part
Demonstratives pronouns
to show something

4rd Part
Possessive Pronouns

5rd Part
Relative pronouns

6rd Part
Reciprocal pronouns

Grammar in use

  • Topic : Personal Pronouns vs Object Pronouns
  • Skills : Grammar


What is a personal pronoun?
A noun is a word that is a person, an animal, a place, an object or an idea.

Laura is happy
She is happy

This fish is yellow
It is yellow.

The boy sells lemonade.
He sells it.

A personal pronoun represents a person, an animal, a place, an object or an idea. It replaces a noun.
There are 2 types of personal pronouns: subjective pronouns and objective pronouns.

A subjective pronoun is the subject in the sentence:

Subject pronounExample
II am nice
you (singular or plural)you are nice
he (male)he is nice
she (female)she is nice
it (neuter)it is nice
wewe are nice
theythey are nice

An objective pronoun is the object in the sentence.

Object PronounExample
meTom likes me
you (singular or plural)Tom likes you
him (male)Tom likes him
her (female)Tom likes her
it (neuter)Tom likes it
usTom likes us
themTom likes them

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