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Types of Personal Pronouns

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There are two types of personal pronouns: Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns

SUBJECT PRONOUNS

The subject is the person, place or thing that is doing the action. Subject pronouns replace the name of the subject in the sentence.

For example:

Susan did not come to college today. She had to go to the doctor.

Here, "Susan" is the subject and "she" is the subject pronoun.

OBJECT PRONOUNS

Object is the noun that receives the action in a sentence. Object pronouns take the place of the object in a sentence.

For example:

After Elena bought a car, it got stolen within a month.

Here, "car" is the object and "it" is the object pronoun used to replace car.

The table below shows the complete list of subject and object pronouns along with the gender and number.

GENDER SUBJECT PRONOUN OBJECT PRONOUN EXAMPLE
male/female I me
  • I watched a movie today.
  • Mom gifted me a bike for my birthday.
male/female
[singular]
you you
  • You like Paul.
  • Paul likes you.
male he him
  • He likes chocolate ice cream.
  • I gave him a chocolate ice cream.
female she her
  • She loves Ian.
  • Ian loves her.
neuter (things & animals) it it
  • It is very expensive.
  • Bonnie gave it.
male/female
[plural]
we us
  • We met David in the market.
  • David met us in the market.
male/female
[plural]
you you
  • Do you both go to school?
  • I'll show you both the school.
male/female
[plural]
they them
  • They live in New York.
  • We met them in Milan.
Summary
  • There are two types of personal pronouns: Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns.
  • The subject is the person, place or thing that is doing the action. Subject pronouns replace the name of the subject in the sentence.
  • Object is the noun that receives the action in a sentence. Object pronouns take the place of the object in a sentence.
  • The table below shows the complete list of subject and object pronouns along with the gender and number.
GENDER SUBJECT PRONOUN OBJECT PRONOUN EXAMPLE
male/female I me
  • I watched a movie today.
  • Mom gifted me a bike for my birthday.
male/female
[singular]
you you
  • You like Paul.
  • Paul likes you.
male he him
  • He likes chocolate ice cream.
  • I gave him a chocolate ice cream.
female she her
  • She loves Ian.
  • Ian loves her.
neuter (things & animals) it it
  • It is very expensive.
  • Bonnie gave it.
male/female
[plural]
we us
  • We met David in the market.
  • David met us in the market.
male/female
[plural]
you you
  • Do you both go to school?
  • I'll show you both the school.
male/female
[plural]
they them
  • They live in New York.
  • We met them in Milan.

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