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How To Use Subject Pronoun And Object Pronoun

What are pronouns?

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Pronouns are words that replace nouns, noun phrases or noun clauses (oxford definition)

Or

Pronoun: A word which we use in place of a noun is called ‘Pronoun’. for eg) I, we, you, he, she, it, they. (Pakistani definition)

As you read through this list of pronouns, remember that each one of these pronouns is a word that can be used to take the place of a noun. Think about ways to use the pronouns on this list in sentences, as this will increase your understanding.

I

We

Me

Us

You

She

He

Her

Him

They

Them

It

That

Which

Who

Whom

Whose

Whichever

Whoever

Whomever

This

These

That

Those

Anybody

Anyone

Anything

Each

Either

Everyone

Everybody

Everything

Nobody

Neither

No one

Nothing

Somebody

One

Someone

Something

Few

Many

Both

Several

Any

All

Some

Most

None

Myself

Yourself

Ourselves

Yourselves

Herself

Himself

Themselves

Itself

Who

What

Which

Whose

Whom

What kind of pronouns are there in the English language?

Subject ( he is a doctor )

Object ( she teaches me )

Reflexive ( I always talk to myself )

Possessive ( you are mine and I am yours ) ( this  is my car )1

Demonstrative ( this computer is new and those computers are old)

Relative  ( you may invite  whomever you want to the party )

Interrogative ( what did you say? ) ( who are you )

 

 

If you make fool to someone. .Don’t think …How much intelligent you are! Think. …How much trust he had on you!

When we use a pronoun at the place of subject, it is called ‘Subject Pronoun’

For Example

Subject Pronoun Meaning
I Main
We Hum
You Tum
He Wooh Larka
She Wooh larki
It Yehh
They Wooh Aik se ziyda

Examples:

 

Tariq = He

You and me = We

You and I = We

She and her = They

Car = It

Ali, me and you = We

They and Sara = They

She and I = We

Her and them = They

Examples:

Tariq is a teacher

He is a teacher ( he is a  subject pronoun )

“he” replaces “ tariq”

Examples Of Subject Pronoun

 

I am a doctor

You are an honest boy

We go to market

They play cricket

He works hard

She cooks meal

It is raining

You should offer prayer

Do you know me?

Does he want to know that?

Does she live in Karachi?

Are you from Lahore?

Is it yours?

How did you dare to talk to me

He isn’t my brother.

Golden Words

If today you are facing hard times, Have faith and pray for a better tomorrow.Miracles do happen when You seek guidance from Allah.
For he is all-knowing, All-wise & all-powerful.

 

 

Grammar Lesson Four

Pronouns Part Three

Object Pronoun

 

Object Pronoun: When we use a pronoun at the place of object, it is called ‘Object Pronoun’. for eg) me, us, you, it, them, him, her

Object pronouns in English are the following:

me مجھے
you تو، تم، آپ
him ان کو(مرد کے لیے)
her ان کو(عورت کے لیے)
us ہمیں
them انیں
it یہ

 

Object pronouns come after either a verb (e.g “like”) or a preposition (e.g “to”).

Examples:

Can she help us?

They visited her yesterday

She wrote him a letter

I will give you money

Can you tell me your name?

I like you but you don’t like me.

Do you really hate her?

She loves sitting next to him.

She always writes e-mails to us.

He’s talking to her about it.

Ahmed blows out the candles on his birthday cake.

Word – Candles is the Object of the above sentence. We can use them instead of Candles; as,

He blows out them on his birthday cake.

 

Chart of subject pronoun and object pronoun with meaning

Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun
I میں Me مجھے
We ہم Us ہمیں
You تم آپ تو You تو، تم، آپ
He وہ لڑکے کےلیے Him ان کو (لڑکے کے لیے)
She وہ لڑکی کے لیے Her ان کو (لڑکی کے لیے
It یہ It یہ
They وہ (ایک سے زیادہ کے لیے Them انیں(ایک سے ذیادہ لوگوں کے لیے

 

Are you talking to me?

No, I am not talking to You

Don’t you know me?

Have you ever seen him before?

You love me or hate me but I really love you

You don’t believe it

I love this car but it is not mine

 

 

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Tariq Aziz is a Teacher He is from Karachi, Pakistan. He is 30 years old and he has been teaching for 5 years. his nickname is Mr Crazy.

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