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Lina14
Lina14 asks:
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What is the difference between subject and object pronoun?

In Topics: School and Academics, Helping my child with school work and home work
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Lina14
Lina14 writes:
I don't know
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Lina14
Lina14 writes:
A subject pronoun is a pronoun that you cannot touch. A object pronoun is a pronoun that you can physically touch.
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judy_h
judy_h writes:
Hi Lina14,

A subject pronoun (such as I, we, he, she, they) refers to the person doing the action in the sentence.
Example: She is cooking dinner for them. (She is the subject pronoun)

An object pronoun (such as me, us, him, her, them) refers to the person receiving the action in the sentence.
Example: She is cooking dinner for them (Them is the object pronoun)

Hope this helps!
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jk555
jk555 writes:
you are correct
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PeterIL
PeterIL writes:
Also notice their position in a sentence: the Subject pronouns go at the beginning while the object pronoun after a verb or at the end of a sentence
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DICKSINSIDER
DICKSINSIDER writes:
your mum and Nikolas cage had a child it was you. your adopted
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JimNelson111
JimNelson111 writes:
Object pronouns have their own list. It includes: "I, you, he, she, it, we, they." They used to replace nouns.
But the pronoun "I, we, you, he, she, it, or they will" replace the subject of the sentence
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