Personal Pronouns have two forms.

 Form I Form II
I me
you you
he him
she her
it it
we us
you you
they them

 

Personal Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

 

I is always written with a capital letter.

It is used for things and notions, and sometimes for animals, to.

Also as the subject in the sentence we use I.

Examples

I am really happy person.

Do I think of my family?

Have you seen new David Bowie video clip?

He will come tomorrow to play tennis with me.

She had money for Europe trip.

This is my new phone. Isn’t it nice designed?

We will go to European Championship League  final game.

You are Australians, aren’t you?

They score a goal in the last second of the finale.

 

 

Note:

In English the subject must always be expressed.

 

Form II of the personal pronouns may be Direct Object, Indirect object of Prepositional Object in the sentence.

 

 

Direct Object

Examples of personal pronouns as Direct Object

Mary saw me, yesterday.

Your friend will travel to Australia?

David found him at atic.

She’s parents invited her to dinner.

Live it on the table.

My mother saw us at the shopping mall.

Are you all play football?

My friend wanted them to come in time for lunch.

 

Indirect Object

Examples of personal pronouns as Indirect Object

Bring me a cup of coffee, please.

David give you this?

The police officer showed him the way out.

Father offered her a car.

Look this little bee. Let’s give it some honey.

Mary told us the news about pandemic.

Elizabeth will send you a copy of her new CD.

I bring them bunch of oranges.

 

 

Prepositional Object

Examples of personal pronouns as Prepositional Object

David said to me that we need to start a project soon.

Mary brought that cookies for you.

Look at him, such a boy.

Who got a file from her?

David paid more the thousand pounds for it. We are talking about guitar.

Her friends are waiting for us.

It is very nice of you to say that.

Move it from them.

 

The Self-Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Whoever, Whatever, Whichever

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

What – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

That – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Which – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Whose – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Whom – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Who – Relative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives – Either, Neither

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives – Every, Each, All, None, Both

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives – Some, Any, One

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Interrogative Pronouns – Which ?

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Interrogative Pronouns – What?

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Interrogative Pronouns – Whose?

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Interrogative Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Interrogative Pronouns – Who ?

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Possessive Pronouns

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Possessive Adjectives

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Pronoun

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

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