Chapter 2: Lesson 1: Subjective Pronouns
Posted on July 6, 2017
by Jeyran Main
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun (Person, place or a thing).
Katy ran for class president. She can for class president.
“She” takes the place of “Katy”
The football players celebrated. They celebrated.
“They” takes the place of “The football players”
Subjective pronouns are pronouns that take the place of the subject of the sentence.
What is the subject of a sentence? It is the thing that DOES something in a sentence or the things that IS something in a sentence.
Micheal rides his bike. (Micheal is the subject here)
The flower is the tallest in the forest. (The tree is the subject here)
Note: Some subject pronouns can be as followed: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, what and who.
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