Chapter 2: Lesson 2: Objective Pronouns

Objective Pronouns

 

An Objective Pronoun is a pronoun that takes the place of the object of a sentence.

 

The object of a sentence is the thing that happens to a sentence.

 

Examples:

 

Mary hit the gate.

 

The bride carried the bouquet of flowers.

 

Some Object Pronouns can be as followed: Me, You, Her, It, Us, Them, Whom and That.

 

 

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