Subject /Object • The subject usually comes before the verb. • He likes coffee. • The object usually comes after the verb. • He likes coffee.
The subject _____ My friend speaks English. I_ clean my car every week. _________ My brother’s friend likes swimming.
The object My friend speaks ____ English. I clean my car every week. ___________ My brother’s friend likes swimming.
We can use a pronoun instead of a noun. A woman/girl = she ___ A man/boy = ___ he
he/him John gave Ben a book. He gave Ben a book. ___ him a book. John gave ____
she/her • Elizabeth likes Alison. She likes Alison. • ___ her (she/her) • Alison likes ___.
I/me I can see you. me (I/me) Can you see ___? me a present. (I/me) He gave ___
we/us • Simone and I are going to a party. ___ We are going to a party. • Can you come with ___? us (we/us)
it/it I gave the book to him. I gave __ it to him.
they/them Mark and Adam play work in a bank. They work in a bank. _____ I work with Mark and Adam. them (they/them) I work with _____.
Subject Pronouns Her It Us You She Object Pronouns I Them Him He Me We You They It
1. me with these bags? I/me) Can you help ___ 2. them at the weekend. (they/them) We usually see _____ 3. I write to ____ her once a month. (she/her) 4. me a present. (I/me) He gave ____ 5. they (they/them) tell ____(he/him) him Did _____ the news? 6. it today. She lost her key yesterday. I found ___ 7. us ? (we/us) Can you help ___
Subject/Object Pronouns I me he him she her it it you we us they them
Possessive adjective I my he his she her it its we our your they their
Subject object possessive I me my he him his she her it it its we us our you your they them their
Pronouns I me my mine you yours he him his she her hers we us ours they them theirs
Subject pronoun Object pronoun Possessive pronoun adjective I he she it we you they him mine her your its his ours me you our it their her his them hers theirs us my yours