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Pronouns We and Us Andrea White 2 nd Grade
Pronouns take the place of nouns. Use the pronouns we and us to tell about yourself and another person. We like to swim. Dad plays tag with us.
Use we in the subject of the sentence. We went for ice cream. We ate supper with our friends.
We clean the house. Subject We wash the car. Subject
Use us after the action verb. Dad threw the ball to us. action verb
My mom took us to the mall. action verb Grandpa baits our hook for us. action verb
Choose we or us. (we us) drank lemonade.
We drank lemonade.
Choose we or us. My friends wants (we or us) to help her.
My friends wants us to help her.
Choose we or us. The boys gave (we or us) towels to dry our hands.
The boys gave us towels to dry our hands.
Choose we or us. (we or us) will call our aunt this weekend.
We will call our aunt this weekend.
Choose we or us. The teacher helped (we or us) learn how to add 2 digit numbers.
The teacher helped us learn how to add 2 digit numbers.
What should I know? 1.Use we in the subject of the sentence. 2. Use us after the action verb.
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Verbs Review Hassler Elementary 2 nd Grade. Find the verb in each sentence. 1.Ethan plays video games after school. 2. We eat a snack after P.E. 3. The.
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