Subject and object pronouns, possessive pronouns and adjectives
Pronouns include subject pronouns, object pronouns, and possessive pronouns. These are used to replace nouns in sentences. It is also important to learn possessive adjectives when learning these forms. Use the chart below and then study the example sentences chart. Finally, you can practice what you’ve learned by taking the quizzes below.
Pronouns and Possessive Forms
Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns I me my mine you you your yours he him his his she her her hers it it its —- we us our ours you you your yours they them their theirs Example Sentences: Subject and Object Pronouns
Subject Pronouns Example Object Pronouns Example I I work in Portland. me She gave me the book. you You like listening to music. you Peter bought you a present. he He lives in Seattle. him She told him the secret. she She went on vacation last week. her I asked her to come with me. it It seems hot today! it Jack gave it to Alice. we We enjoy playing golf. us The teacher taught us French. you You can come to the party. you I passed out the books to you last week. they They are students at this school. them The state provided them with insurance. Example Sentences: Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns
Possessive Adjectives Example Possessive Pronouns Example my That is my house. mine That car is mine. your Your subject is English. yours That book is yours. his His wife is from Italy. his That dog over there is his. her Her name is Christa. hers That house is hers. its Its color is black. our Our car is very old. ours That poster on the wall is ours. your I have your tests corrected for you today. yours The responsibility is all yours. their It’s difficult to understand their meaning. theirs The house on the corner is theirs. Exercises on the theme: