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Subjective and Objective Case Pronouns Theme 4 Lesson 16
Subject Pronouns – Take the place of one or more nouns in the subject of a sentence. They can be singular or plural.
Note: I is a subject pronoun – It should only be used in the subject and when used in a compound subject it comes last. Plural Subject Pronouns: you, we, they Singular Subject Pronouns: I, you, he, she, it
Underline the subject pronoun. If the antecedent is present, circle it: Mr. George is an English teacher, and he knows a lot about short stories. My books are in my locker, and they belong there. Maria wrote a story. She told A.J. about the characters. We can finish the project. I talked to Kevin, and _____ thinks it is fantastic. My friends have copies, and _____ will read it soon.
Object Pronouns – Take the place of one or more nouns and they are found AFTER verbs or prepositions. They can be singular or plural.
Note: me is an object pronoun – It should only be used in the predicate and when used in conjunction with another object, it should come last. Plural Object Pronouns: us, you, them Singular Object Pronouns: me, you, him, her, it
Underline the object pronoun. If the antecedent is present, circle it: Who will help you? My sister helped me. We formed a writing group with them. We will read this book and discuss it. My mother bought a copy for my brother and me.
Andre and ____ are writing a story together. Ella is working on the story with Andre and _____. Ella told Andre and ____ the pictures are finished. Practice with I and Me