Subject and object pronouns exercise

July 31, 2014pdf

Personal pronouns have subject and object forms. The subject forms are: I, we, he, she, it, you and they.

The object forms are: me, us, him, her, it, you and them.

Subject forms (nominative case) are used when the pronoun is the subject of the verb.

Object forms (objective case) are used when the pronoun is the object of the verb.

Note that the pronouns it and you have the same form in the nominative and the objective case.

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate pronoun.

1. It took …………….. twenty minutes to get dressed.

a) I

b) me

2. She told ……………. an interesting story.

a) I

b) me

3. I don’t think we should wait for ………………..

a) he

b) him

4. You pay for your drinks and I will pay for …………………

a) mine

b) my

5. I am angry with both of ………………..

a) they

b) them

6. Do you like ……………..?

a) they

b) them

7. Are ………………. coming with us?

a) they

b) them

8. It was very kind of ……………. to help.

a) she

b) her

9. Did ………………. recognize ………………..?

a) she; he

b) she; him

c) her; him

10. Did you speak to ………………..?

a) she

b) her

c) hers

Answers

1. It took me twenty minutes to get dressed.

2. She told me an interesting story.

3. I don’t think we should wait for him.

4. You pay for your drinks and I will pay for mine.

5. I am angry with both of them.

6. Do you like them?

7. Are they coming with us?

8. It was very kind of her to help.

9. Did she recognize him?

10. Did you speak to her?

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