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Subject and Object Pronouns

Some pronouns are used as subject words.  They are the subjects of the sentence.  For example: He enjoys reading mystery books.  He is a subject pronoun.

Object pronouns appear after an action verb.  They answer the questions of "what" or "whom."  For example: Steve showed him the new computer. Him is an object pronoun.

 

Directions:  Put each pronoun in the box.  Identify it as a subject or object pronoun.
 

Sentence

Pronoun

Sub./Object
Example: Beth wanted everyone to see it. everyone object
Example: You will be the next swimmer. you subject
 
She met Mrs. Smith the other day. Object
Subject
 
Bill asked us to walk quickly down the street. Object
Subject
 
We like Harry Potter books. Object
Subject
 
Jill saw you at the Movie Theater. Object
Subject
 
Mom asked me to walk the dog before supper. Object
Subject
 
They watch TV every day. Object
Subject
 
He has been the winner for two years. Object
Subject
 
Jenny asked her to attend the meeting tomorrow. Object
Subject
 
Silvia can speak to her mother in Spanish. Object
Subject
 
I told mom the truth about the incident. Object
Subject
 
Uncle Jim bought her a bicycle for her birthday. Object
Subject
 
The children respect him very much. Object
Subject
 
Can we all attend the ballet? Object
Subject
 
She enjoys fiction books more than nonfiction. Object
Subject

 

 

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Subject and Object Pronouns