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Pronouns as Subjects

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Pronouns as Subjects

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 A pronoun as a subject replaces a noun used as a subject.

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I, you, he, she and it are subject pronouns that replace a singular noun.

Familiarize yourself with finding personal pronouns in the chart below:

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Here are some additional examples:

John is an athlete.

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John” is replaced by “you” and refers to the person spoken to.

Sue says where she lives.

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The name “Sue” is replaced by “I” and refers to the person speaking. 

Here are some examples of subject pronouns in the plural form used for people and things:

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Teachers write reports.

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In this example, “we” refers to the teachers speaking.

Charts are important in this course. They support your memory in keeping the three different uses of pronouns in separate categories. Your first important pronoun chart is Pronouns as Subjects.  

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The subject pronoun chart is designed to help you identify subject pronouns.

Remember: a subject is one of the foundations of a sentence. When you see a sentence like “live in this house,” remember that “I” is a subject pronoun.

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