What are Personal Pronouns?

Pronouns replace the nouns in order to remove repetitions of nouns. Personal pronouns are used for persons. But among them, only one Pronoun is used for animals and things. There are seven personal pronouns “I, we, you, he, she, it, they.” In grammatical terms, there are three-person pronouns. 1st person is “I, we” the second person is “you” and the third person is “he, she, it, and they” which depends upon the number (singular or plural) or gender of the noun.

Grammatical Terms Subjective PronounsAuxiliary verbs are used.
First-person pronoun(singular)IAm, do, did was, have, had, will
First Person Pronoun (Plural )WeAre, were, have, had, will, do, did. will.
Second Person Pronoun. (Singular & Plural)YouAre, were, do, did, had, have, will.
Third-person Pronouns (Singular)He, she, itIs, does, did, was, has, had, will.
Third-person Pronouns (Plural)TheyAre, were, do, did, will. Have, had, will.

A) ‘I am is used for singular one person.

  • I managed the homework yesterday.
  • I drive a letter.
  • I can wash the dishes.

B) ‘we is used for more than one, meaning it is used for plural nouns.

  • We are playing football.
  • We join the game on time.

C) ‘You are’ is used for singular and plural both. It always takes plural auxiliary verbs.

  • You are playing football.
  • You can swim well.

D) ‘He’ is used for the singular male gender.

  • He climbs the mountain.
  • He is a male.

E) She replaces the singular feminine gender.

  • She sings a song.
  • She cleans the room.

F) ‘It’ is used for singular things and animals.

  • It is a car.
  • it is an animal.

G) ‘They’ is used for plural third-person pronouns.

  • They are students.
  • They play football.

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What are subjective pronouns and objective pronouns?

Subjective pronouns are used as the subject of sentences. They replace the nouns which are come at the beginning of the sentences. These pronouns consist of (I, we, you, he, she, it, and they.)


More examples:

  • I speak English daily.
  • You listen to me.
  • We read books at night.
  • He plays football.
  • She drives the car.
  • It jumps over the wall.
  • They went to the playground.
  • John plays football, he never wakes up late.
  • She pushes the car slowly.
  • They went to Bazar quickly.
  • You can write very well.
  • He broke the window.
  • I find the paper on time.

Objective Pronouns

Objective pronouns consist of (me, us, you, him, her, it, them) they replace the nouns that are used at the end of sentences as objects.


  • I know Ali. We will invite him to the party.
  • The teacher gave an exercise about a new topic.
  • We drive them to drink.
  • She told her to come on time.
  • This morning, I saw her on the ground.
  • She told us to be punctual.

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