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Transcript of pronouns
To be verbs: Is, are, was, were, will be, may be, may have been
Example: It is I who is going to the party. A word that is used as a substitute for a noun Pronouns are used to avoid repeating the name of a person, thing, event, or idea. An object pronoun is a pronoun that goes in the object position in a sentence. Subject pronouns take the place of nouns when the name of someone or something is used often. Me Us
Him/Her It Let's test your knowledge so far! Example 1: "She was just here with Alfredo, but they left not too long ago." Subject pronouns always go before the verb. He likes the dog. They ate the cake. Object pronouns are always placed after the verb. The doctor met her. Angeliqua is friends with them. Personal pronouns include object and subject pronouns. They make the sentences less repetitive or boring and help them flow better. What type of pronouns are highlighted? Example 2: "They met us at the park." Which word is the object pronoun & which is the subject pronoun? Types: Reflexive, possessive, indefinite, object, and subject. In this presentation, we'll be focusing on personal pronouns. Tip! 3 - Use an object pronoun after a preposition.
Example: "The money will be divided between you and (I, me)."
After the preposition "between" we need an object pronoun.
Answer: "The money will be divided between you and me." Billy Bob wants to visit the moon.
They wants to visit the moon. Examples: My friends and I are going to the mall.
We are going to the mall. I
it http://pieroblog-citta.blogspot.com/2010/10/personal-object-pronouns.html Singular Plural we
they Sources: Time to test your knowledge! 1. Where did Johnny go? They went to the park.
2. Sarah went to the McDonald's. She was hungry. Which one is correct? http://www.jackhalberstam.com/on-pronouns/
http://www.grammarbook.com/grammar/pronoun.asp The correct answer is he. Bad example: Brogan has a good sense of humor. Brogan likes to laugh because Brogan thinks it's healthy for the body. http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lp9uk31Woj1qbolbn.jpg Singular Plural