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Personal pronouns

Personal Pronouns

Personal Pronouns
Subject
Object
I
Me
You
You
She
Her
He
Him
It
It
We
Us
You (pl)
You
They
Them

Personal pronouns refer to specific people or things. There are two cases of personal pronouns: Subject pronouns and object pronouns.

Subject pronouns


Subject pronouns are used as the subject of a verb.
There are eight subject pronouns:
  • I: the speaker or writer
  • You: a person being mentioned
  • He: a male person
  • She: a female person
  • It: an animal or a thing
  • We: I and another person (or other people)
  • You: people being mentioned
  • They: People or things

Object pronouns

Object pronouns are used as the object of a verb. They include:
  • Me: Object form of I
  • You: Object form of You
  • Him: Object form of He
  • Her: Object form of She
  • It: Object form of It
  • Us: Object form of We
  • You: Object form of You (pl)
  • Them: Object form of They

Sentence examples:


She knows English.
I sent her a letter.
They are my friends.
I want to invite them to the party.
It is on the table.
I put it on the table.
I will tell you.
Give her the letter.
I will come with them.



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