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Subject And Object Pronouns
(Woo-hoo!)

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Woo-hoo! 

I love ziplining!

Once we know who or what we’re talking about, we can replace nouns with pronouns.
 

  • Rory loves ziplining. Rory likes whizzing through the air! 

  • Rory loves ziplining. He likes whizzing through the air! 

Rory loves ziplining. He likes whizzing through the air!

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Mac doesn't like ziplining. He prefers to be on the ground.

I really don't like ziplining!

  • I like ziplining.

  • You like ziplining.

  • She likes ziplining.

  • He likes ziplining.

  • We like ziplining.

  • They like ziplining.

Mac is a male dog so we use he.

 

When we talk about the person or thing (the subject) doing an action, we use subject pronouns...

Subject

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Eva isn't sure if she likes ziplining. She has never tried it before. 

When we talk about the person or thing that something is being done to (the object) we use object pronouns.

  • He sees me.

  • He sees you.

  • He sees her.

  • He sees him.

  • He sees it.

  • He sees us.

  • He sees them.

Object

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There she goes! I think she likes it!

You're right! I love it! Weee!

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They have finished for the day. Let's ask them how they got on.

We did it! Nothing can stop us!

When can we do it again?

I won't be coming with you!

Glossary

ziplining

  • whizz: go fast 

  • ground: the surface of the earth

  • woo-hoo: a word you say when you are very happy

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