Pronouns: Personal, Object, Possessive.
With this lesson, you will be able to understand and use the different forms of pronouns including subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, and possessive pronouns. Exercises are also included with their answers.
♦ Subject Pronouns
Subject pronouns are normally placed before the verb and they replace a noun (subject). They tell who does the action of the verb.
Tom Speaks English.
He speaks Spanish too.
♦ Object Pronouns
Object pronouns are normally placed after the verb. They replace the object of the sentence.
I met Hanane.
I met Her at the bus station.
♦ Possessive Adjectives
Possessive adjectives show who possesses/owns or has something.
A: Whose book is this?
B: It is my book.
Note: Possessive adjective + noun
♦ Possessive Pronouns
Possessive pronouns have the same function as possessive adjectives. A possessive pronoun is made of a (possessive adjective + noun).
A: whose pen is this?
B: It is mine (my pen).
Do some Exercises on Pronouns: Click here
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