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English For Today (August 28, 2018) By Ganiu Abisoye Bamgbose (GAB)

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English For Today (August 28, 2018) By Ganiu Abisoye Bamgbose (GAB)

PERSONAL PRONOUNS

Subjective forms: I, we, he, she, it they, you
Objective forms: me, us, him, her, it, them, you.

RULES

1. Subjective forms are used in subject position: Esther and She came here.
2. Objective forms are used in object positions: I saw Titi and them.
3. The objective form is used when the pronoun comes after a preposition: This is between you and me.
4. The subjective form is used in subject complement position: It was I (who did it).

Would you like to try these?

1. It seems it’s __ (they, them).
2. For __, quitting is not an option (they, them).
3. Kunle and __ don’t agree (we, us).

English For Today (August 27, 2018) By Ganiu Abisoye Bamgbose (GAB)

Ganiu Abisoye Bamgbose
Academic Advisor, Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan;
&
Doctoral Student of English, University of Ibadan.

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