SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS (A1) (A2)

DO YOU KNOW THIS SONG IN “DIRTY DANCING”?

I           LOVE     YOU.

SUBJECT       VERB             OBJECT     (PRONOUN)

DO       YOU      LOVE       ME?

AUX.           SUBJECT       INFINITIVE       OBJECT

1. Subject pronouns
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
refers to the speaker
refers to the person spoken to
refers to a male person
refers to a female person
refers to a thing or an animal
refers to the speaker and one or more persons
refers to the people spoken to
refers to people or things
2. Object pronouns
me
you
him
her
it
us
you
them
refers to the speaker
refers to the person spoken to
refers to a male person
refers to a female person
refers to a thing or an animal
refers to the speaker and one or more persons
refers to the people spoken to
refers to people or things

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