Subject pronouns are personal pronouns that are used as the subject of a verb. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the subject pronouns I, we, you, she, he, they, and it.
Subject pronouns can be singular or plural, and they can be masculine, feminine, or gender neutral. The masculine or feminine subject pronoun is used when gender is known; when referring to an inanimate object, the gender-neutral form “it” is used.
WORKSHEET 1: Subject Pronouns and Verb “ To Be” WORKSHEET 2: Present Simple and Present Continuous WORKSHEET 3: Present Simple and Present Continuous WORKSHEET 4: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Simple Past WORKSHEET 5: Past form of verb “ To Be “ WORKSHEET 6: Past form of verb “ To Be “ WORKSHEET 7: Simple Past Tense.Personal, or subject pronouns are short words that are used to substitute the proper name of a person, group or thing to avoid repetition of the noun.The indefinite pronoun 'all' is used as a singular when it takes the place of a singular noun or pronoun, for example: All of my homework is done. (the pronoun 'all' is referring to 'homework', an.
Pronoun worksheets: Includes printables for identifying pronouns, singular and plural pronouns, and more.Read More
A pronoun game will turn this task into a pleasant learning experience. We offer a variety of pronoun games for kids to teach them about pronouns in a fun way. These pronoun games are colorful, entertaining, enjoyable, and keep the brain active. Students will develop a complete understanding of pronouns while playing these games.Read More
Worksheets: subject and object pronouns: pdf handouts to print, printable exercises. Personal pronouns in English.Read More
Learn about subject pronouns and personal pronouns in Spanish. Learn the difference and use of the formal and informal pronouns in Spanish.Read More
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The board work below illustrates one way to introduce subject and object pronouns in the ESL classroom. Begin by writing a basic sentence on the board and eliciting the subject and object pronouns. Then elicit a list of subject pronouns along with their corresponding object pronouns.Read More
Just like subject pronouns, object pronouns can be singular or plural, masculine, feminine, or gender neutral. The masculine or feminine subject pronoun is used whenever the gender is known. When referring to the weather, temperature, time, an inanimate object or a child or animal of undetermined gender, the neuter form “it” can be used.Read More