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© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Object Pronouns An object pronoun is used as an object of a verb in a sentence.
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 The object pronouns PersonSingularPlural first me us second you third him (male) them third it (neutral) third her (female)
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Object pronoun in a sentence verb (noun) verb (object pronoun) A man hit the ball.orA man hit it. A boy sees the trees.orA boy sees them. A girl writes a letter.orA girl writes it. Brenda likes the boy.orBrenda likes him. Mr. Jones helps me. Jenifer wants you. The teacher teaches us.
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Select the correct object pronoun for the following: 10. Tim speaks to Mary and you. 9. The students send Ted, Rick and me presents. 8. The women like Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher. 7. Kevin sits near Bob. 6. French poodles bite Tara. 5. The trainer speaks to the dog. 4. My father votes for Bill and Hillary Clinton. 3. The police officer arrested (second person singular). 2. The singer sings songs. 1. Prime Minister Chretien eats curry.
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Comparison of object pronouns and subject pronouns using the verb ("to write"): PersonSubjectObjectSubjectObject first I write write me we write write us second you write write you you write write you third he write write him they write write them third it write write it third she write write her
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Pronouns with the verb ("to talk") I talk to my mother. (her) He talks to the mailman. (him) She talks to the salesgirl. (her) They talk to the man and the boy. (them) It talks to me. It talks to you. (singular you) We talk to the students and you. (you) plural You talk to the teacher and me. (us) (subject pronoun + verb) (object pronoun)
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Type the correct pronoun for each of the following: 10. (1st person, singular) see students. 10. (1st person, singular) see students. 9. Robert sees Debbie. 9. Robert sees Debbie. 8. Debbie sees the cow. 8. Debbie sees the cow. 7. The dog sees Robert. 7. The dog sees Robert. 6. Veronica and you make coins. 6. Veronica and you make coins. 5. (2nd person, singular) yell at Bill and me. 5. (2nd person, singular) yell at Bill and me. 4. (1st person, singular) ride horses. 4. (1st person, singular) ride horses. 3. Tara and I fly the kite. 3. Tara and I fly the kite. 2. Veronica skips the rope. 2. Veronica skips the rope. 1. (1st person, plural) talk to the male teacher. 1. (1st person, plural) talk to the male teacher. 10. I see them. 10. I see them. 9. He sees her. 9. He sees her. 8. She sees it. 8. She sees it. 7. It sees him. 7. It sees him. 6. You make them. 6. You make them. 5. You yell at us. 5. You yell at us. 4. I ride them. 4. I ride them. 3. We fly it. 3. We fly it. 2. She skips it. 2. She skips it. 1. We talk to him. 1. We talk to him.
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Type the correct pronoun in the box in the following sentences: 8. I make tea. 8. I make tea. 7. She sells books to students. 7. She sells books to students. 6. Vera is a teacher. 6. Vera is a teacher. 5. Bill and Ted are young. 5. Bill and Ted are young. 4. Ted and Bill like Leslie and me. 4. Ted and Bill like Leslie and me. 3. Bobby lends money to Jessica. 3. Bobby lends money to Jessica. 2. The shop is closed. 2. The shop is closed. 1. The men buy tickets. 1. The men buy tickets. it it them them She She They They us us her her It It them them
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