Object Pronouns

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Object Pronouns

Object Pronouns

Object pronouns are personal pronouns that are used as  a grammatical object in a sentence. Let's see the following examples.
  • John loves me.
  • George loves you.
  • Linda is so beautiful. That's why, Paul loves her very much.
  • My father is tall and dark. My mother loves him very much.
  • We live in a small village. Everyone in the village knows us well.
  • All of our neighbors are very friendly. We like them very much.
  • We have a cute little cat. We feed it with fish everyday.

Subject Pronouns And Object Pronouns

When we use a personal pronoun in a sentence, we have to make sure we use the correct form of the pronouns, the subject pronouns or object. Let's see the following tables.
 Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns
I
you
she
he
we
they
it
me
you
her
him
us
them
it
 

Exercise

Choose the correct pronoun in the bracket to complete the sentences!
  1. Can you help ( me, I ), please?
  2. I love ( she, her ) very much.
  3. Do you know ( he, him ) well?
  4. ( We, us ) are the winners.
  5. We could beat ( they, them ) very easily.

Answer

  1. Can you help me, please?
  2. I love her  very much.
  3. Do you know  him well?
  4. We are the winners.
  5. We could beat them  very easily.


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