Pronouns replace nouns. Take a look at these examples:

  • Sara likes pizza.
  • She likes pizza.

In the second sentence, "she" is the same as "Sara".

Subject and object pronouns replace nouns that are either
subjects or objects. First, let's review subjects and objects:

Subjects go at the start of the sentence. They do the action:
  • Dave plays baseball.

Objects go at the end of the sentence. They receive the action.
  • Dave has a bicycle.

Subject pronouns replace subjects, so they are normally at the
start of the sentence:
  • He plays baseball.

Object pronouns replace objects, so they are normally at the
end of the sentence:
  • Dave has it.

Here is a list of subject and object pronouns:













Are you ready to practice subject and object pronouns? Try
these tests:

Subject Pronouns Test

Subject and Object Pronouns Test
Subject and Object Pronouns Test
Subject and object
pronouns are important
to communicate in
English.

These pronouns replace
nouns.  

The lesson below shows
you how to use
pronouns in English.
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Subject and Object Pronouns

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Me
You
You
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Him
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Her
It
It
We
Us
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