Personal pronouns are used to represent people. They can show
first person (the speaker), second person (the person being
spokento), or third person (the person being spoken about).
If the pronoun is the subject of the sentence, we say it is a
subject pronoun (sometimes called a nominative pronoun). If the pronoun
is theobject of the sentence, we say it is an object pronoun.
Object Pronouns – Singular
Object Pronouns - Plural
SubjectPronouns - Plural
Subject Pronouns – Singular
Circle the pronoun in each sentence. On the line in front of each sentence, write “S” ifthe
pronoun is a subject pronoun, or “O” if the pronoun is an object pronoun.
Mary gave me the letter.
You can sit down by the fire.
They are going to watch amovie at the new theater.
Peter and Cindy can go with us tomorrow.
We have been friends for many years.
It is inside the pocket of the black backpack.
The librarian gave me the library book.Jenny’s mother brought her a sandwich for lunch.
She played with the new puppy all day.
You went to the party on Saturday night.
Sylviawill give you the book next week.
Park the bicycles in the rack and leave the keys for us.
He called the store, but everyone was on a lunch break.
Scott’s dad gave us a ride to the baseball game.I usually study for a few hours the night before a test.
Jerry and Mark went to the school play with them on Monday.
Send me a copy of the report in the mail.
He never said goodbye before goingon the month-long trip.
We ate dinner at a nice restaurant before returning home.
Aunt Marie baked him a delicious chocolate cake.
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