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English Grammar

Pronoun


Pronoun has many forms when it works as subject, object or posessive. Each form of pronoun is shown in below table.

Subject Form Object Form Posessive Form "Self Form"
Adjective Pronoun
I
we
you
he
she
it
they
me
us
you
him
her
it
them
my
our
your
his
her
its
thier
mine
ours
yours
his
hers
its
theirs

myself
ourselves
yourself
himself
herself
itself
themselves

Example of pronouns in different forms.

  • Her teacher told us not to sleep in the classroom.
  • John is much taller than me .
  • Mary is shorter than us.
  • I hit him yesterday.
  • He was hit by me yesterday.
  • I finished the project by myself.
  • Please don't do it all by yourself again next time.
  • This is my book. Please do not take it.
  • The book is mine. Please do not take it.
  • I really love you from the bottom of my heart. I am all yours.

Different subject pronouns use different verb to be as below.

Subject Pronoun Verb to be (present) Verb to be (past)
I
am (am not)

was (was not/ wasn't)

you
we
they
are (are not / aren't)
were (were not/ weren't)
he
she
it
is (is not / isn't)
was (was not/ wasn't)

 

Example of different Verb to be with different subjects.

  • I am going to Canada next month.
  • Are you going to Canada next month?
  • I am not going to Canada.
  • He was a policeman.
  • Come on in!.We were thinking about you.
  • It was my pleasure to meet you.
  • Aren't you a policeman?
  • They were once great players of all time.

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