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Object Pronouns

What are object pronouns?
What is the difference between subject and object pronouns?
When to use object pronouns?

Object Pronouns

I. Introduction
1) A subject is the person or thing that performs the action in the clause or sentence. A subject pronoun is a pronoun that takes the place of a noun as the subject of a sentence.

She told me about her worries.
2) Object pronouns are used to replace nouns that are the direct or indirect object of a clause. Study the following table:


Object pronouns come either after a verb or a preposition.

Ethan asked me to talk to them.

Note that the subject pronoun it and the object pronoun it look the same.

Do you know the movie ‘Pretty Lady’? It is my favourite! (subject pronoun)

I’ve seen it many times. (object pronoun)

Remember that object nouns are always the recipients of the action in sentences.

He and me went to the movies. He and I went to the movies.

Mrs. Keith called her and I. Mrs. Keith called her and me.

We should replace the object with an object pronoun to avoid repetition.

I can’t stop thinking about Amy. I can’t stop imagining my future with Amy. I can’t stop imagining my future with her.

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