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Object pronouns vs subject pronouns – me or I, she or her?

Grammar chart distinguishing between subject pronouns 'I, you, he, she, it, we, they' and object pronouns 'me, you, him, her, it, us, them' with example sentences.

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Subject pronouns

Subject –before the verb

Subject pronouns are the subject of a verb. They go before the verb.

  • I like your dress.
  • You are late.
  • He is my friend.
  • It often rains.
  • She is on holiday.
  • We live in England.
  • They come from London.

Object pronouns

Object –after the verb

Object pronouns are the object of a verb. They go after the verb.

  • Can you help me , please?
  • I can see you.
  • She doesn’t like him.
  • I see her every Monday.
  • We can see him, but he can’t see us.

After preposition

We use object pronouns after prepositions.

  • She is there for me.
  • I’ll get it for you.
  • Give it to him.
  • Can you listen to her?
  • Don’t take it from us.
  • I want to speak to them