ELLLO Beginner English Lesson 1-09

Subject Pronouns

Watch these videos to learn how to use subject pronouns.

Subject Pronouns

Point 1: Subject pronouns take the place of a person or person's name.
  1. Sally is a farmer. She works outside.
  2. Bob is a doctor. He works at a hospital.
  3. Bob and Sally are married. They have one child.
  4. They have a house. It is really big.
  5. We like them. You will too!
Point 2: The first person subject pronoun (I, we) refers to the speaker. It can be singular (S) or plural (P).
  1. (S) I have a pool.
  2. (S) I swim every day
  3. (P) We love Italian food.
  4. (P) We eat it often.
Point 3: The second person subject pronoun (you) refers to the listener. It can be singular (S) or plural (P).
  1. (S) You are nice.
  2. (S) You should come.
  3. (P) You (all) can sit down.
  4. (P) You (guys) should come.
Point 4: The third person subject pronoun (he, she, it, they) refers a person, people, thing or things.
  1. I like Bob. He is nice.
  2. I also like Sue. She is funny.
  3. Bob and Sue are married. They have one child.
  4. They have a house. It is really big and nice.
  5. They have two cars. They rarely drive them.

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