2 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. PronounsA pronoun takes the place of a noun.
3 * Who or what the sentence is about. Subject PronounsHe, she ,it , I, you, they, we* Who or what the sentence is about.
4 * Use these after the verb. Object PronounsHim, her, us, them, it, me, you* Use these after the verb.
5 Examples She likes to run in the afternoons. They went to a movie with us.We had fun with them at the fair.I love to eat ice cream. It tastes so good.
6 An antecedent is the word a pronoun stands for. Sarah lost her coat.
7 Examples After he hit the homerun, Joe ran to first base. If you give it a cracker, the parrot might speak to you.Megan said she liked that kind of candy.
8 Examples 4. Jenny and Bob planned a surprise party for their friend. 5. Jenny invited her friends, and Bob invited his friends.6. The friends said they would come.7. Bob baked a chocolate cake and put icing on it.
9 Rewrite the sentence using pronouns: Patrick walked to Patrick’s school, but Patrick forgot Patrick’s books.
10 Pronouns that show ownership. Possessive PronounsPronouns that show ownership.