Presentation on theme: "By teacher Silvino Sieben 1ª série EM. SUBJECT PRONOUNS THEY ARE THE PRONOUNS THAT SUBSTITUTE NOUNS AND ARE USUALLY THE SUBJECT OF A SENTENCE. MARY AND."— Presentation transcript:
SUBJECT PRONOUNS THEY ARE THE PRONOUNS THAT SUBSTITUTE NOUNS AND ARE USUALLY THE SUBJECT OF A SENTENCE. MARY AND ANNA ARE PLAYING TOGETHER. THEY ARE PLAYING TOGETHER.
SUBJECT PRONOUNS I HAVE A CAR. YOU NEED A NEW SHIRT. SHE DOESN’T LIKE PEARS. HE IS MY FRIEND. IT IS A BIG DOG. WE DON’T KNOW THE TEACHER. THEY ARE WEARING A BLUE DRESS.
OBJECT PRONOUNS THEY ARE USED AS THE OBJECT OF A VERB OR A PREPOSITION. SOME OF THEM ARE THE SAME AS THE SUBJECT PRONOUNS. YOU ARE MY FRIEND. SUBJECT THE DOCTOR HELPS YOU. OBJECT
OBJECT PRONOUNS HELP ME WITH THE CHORES. SAMMY DEPENDS ON YOU. LET’S PAY ATTENTION TO HER. TELL HIM THE TRUTH. GIVE IT TO JAMES. DON’T HIDE ANYTHING FROM US. SHOW THEM TO THE TEACHER.
EXERCISES: CHOOSE THE BEST OPTION TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES: (She/Her)needs to wake up early. Let’s invite (they/them) to the party. Can you give ( I /me) a hand? (He/Him) is going to play soccer with (she/her). (They/Them) offered a job to (we/us). ( I /Me) have a big house. (We/Us) like to go out with (he/him). I think that (they/them) are brothers. Tom knows that (she/her) is a doctor.