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Pronouns I and Me Andrea White 2 nd Grade
Pronouns take the place of nouns. Use the pronouns I and Me to tell about yourself. Hannah and I bake cookies. Grandma took me to the game.
Use I in the subject of the sentence. I want a new coat for Christmas. Larry and I made $1.00 picking up trash.
I am hungry. Subject My sister and I had to clean our rooms. Subjects
Use me after the action verb. Grandpa helped me chop wood. action verb
The teacher told me to take the note to the office. action verb Carl sings with me. action verb
Choose I or me. (I me) walked to school.
I walked to school.
Choose I or me. Carol saw ( I me) at the park.
Carol saw me at the park.
Choose I or me. The nurse gave ( I me) a band- aid.
The nurse gave me a band-aid.
Choose I or me. (I me) took a bubble bath.
I took a bubble bath.
Choose I or me. Ms. Ginny gave (I me) a bookmark.
Ms. Ginny gave me a bookmark.
What should I know? 1.Use I in the subject of the sentence. 2. Use me after the action verb.
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