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Subject Vs. Object Pronouns

Subject Vs. Object Pronouns

Author: Janice Davis
Description:

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • identify the difference in function between a subject and an object pronoun.
  • identify the correct form of the pronoun usage in a sentence.
  • correct sentences with the incorrect pronoun usage in a sentence.

What is the difference between a subject and an object pronoun?  First, look carefully at your pronoun chart to memorize the forms.  Then, read the sentence to determine who/what the sentence is all about.  That's the subject.  Who/what is receiving the action in the sentence is the object.  It usually comes in the second half of a sentence, but this is not a rule.

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