ELLLO Beginner English Lesson Set 1-10

Object Pronouns

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Object Pronouns

Point 1: Subject pronouns take the place of a person or noun.
  1. I love music. It makes me happy.
  2. You are here. I did not see you.
  3. Did you see Sue? I just saw her.
  4. Where is Tony? Did you see him?
  5. I like your jacket. Where did you buy it?
  6. My students are funny. I like them so much.
  7. These shoes are dirty. I need to clean them.
  8. We will leave soon. Give us a call tomorrow.
Point 2: The first person object pronoun (me, us) refers to the speaker. It can be singular (S) or plural (P).
  1. (S) Tell me a story.
  2. (S) My teacher makes me laugh.
  3. (P) They help us a lot.
  4. (P) Did you see us on TV?
Point 3: The second person object pronoun (you) refers to the listener. It can be singular (S) or plural (P).
  1. (S) I like you.
  2. (S) I will call you later.
  3. (P) I like you (guys).
  4. (P) I will call you (all) later.
Point 4: The third person subject pronoun (him, her, it, them) refers a person, people, thing or things.
  1. I like Bob. I see him every day.
  2. I also like Sue. I often see her at the gym.
  3. Bob and Sue eat out often. I join them sometimes.
  4. They have a horse. They let me ride it.
  5. They have two cars. They never use them.

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