Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. We distinguish them depending on number (singular, plural) and gender (masculine, feminine, neutral).
Object Pronouns are used as replacement for objects to avoid repetitions.
Below you can see the Object Pronouns:
|SUBJECT PRONOUN||OBJECT PRONOUN||No.||GENDER|
- Avoid repetitions
- I’m a very calm person but my brother always drives me mad.
- My daughter is 7 years old. Every day I take her to school.
- They have 3 children. They take them to the park every weekend.
- Object of the verb
- I like her, but she doesn’t like me.
- She meets with him every summer.
- They asked them to come earlier.
- After prepositions
- Don’t look at me!
- This is for you.
- I talk to them every day.
We use an Object Pronoun:
- When it is not necessary to repeat a specific name again;
- To replace the object of the verb;
- In sentences after prepositions.
Object Pronouns are pronouns which are used to avoid repetitions as the object of a verb and after prepositions.
— “I have three dogs. They are very happy when I take them to the park.” = To avoid repetitions (They = subject pronoun; Them = object pronoun).
— “I gave him a kiss for you.” = After prepositions (I = subject pronoun; Him = object pronoun).
NOTE: As with subject pronouns, we distinguish object pronouns by number (singular or plural) and gender (masculine, feminine or neutral).
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