The words I, you, he, she, it, we and they are called personal pronouns. They take the place of words for people, animals, places or things.
Mona is five years old.
She is five years old. (She replaces Mona)
Jerry bought a new car.
He bought a new car. (He replaces Jerry)
James and Tom are going home.
They are going home. (They replaces James and Tom)
The vase is broken.
It is broken. (It replaces the vase)
He has bought an ice cream. (He is the subject pronoun and bought is the verb)
She works in the bank. (She is the subject pronoun and works is the verb)
They went to the playground. (They is the subject pronoun and went is the verb)
The words me, you, him, her, it, us and them are also personal pronouns for people, animals, places or things. They are called object pronouns. The object pronoun is used as the object of the verb. It is the person, animal or thing that receives the action shown by the verb.
Can you please give the things to me? (The object pronoun is me and give is the verb)
Everyone is looking for her. (The object pronoun is her and looking is the verb)
Tell them to be careful. (The object pronoun is them and tell is the verb)
Personal pronoun can be classified as:
The following diagram shows a summary of the personal pronouns. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions on how to use personal pronouns.
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