July 21, 2017 Lessons 0

PERSONAL PRONOUNS     OBJECT PRONOUS  POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS ADJECTIVE PRONOUS

I                                             me                                my                                     mine

You                                       you                                your                                  yours

He                                         him                               his                                      his

She                                        her                               her                                      hers

It                                            it                                   its                                       its

We                                        us                                 our                                      ours

You                                       you                               your                                    yours

They                                     them                            their                                     theirs

 

Personal Pronouns – when the person is the subject of a sentence.

Michael is a doctor – He is a doctor

Mary is a teacher – She is a teacher

Mary and Michael are married – They are married

 

Object Pronouns – when the person is the object of a sentence.

He phoned Anne – He phoned her.

She met Paul – She met him.

I wrote an email to Anne and Paul – I wrote an email to them.

 

Possessive Pronouns – when there is a possession and we need to mention the object.

That is his car.

This is her house.

That is their family.

 

 

Adjective Pronouns – when there is a possession and we don’t need to mention the object.

That is mine.

That is hers.

That is his.

 

COMPARE: That is her house. That is hers.

This is my car. This is mine.