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Language pronouns

Subject of 1st person I Subject of 3d person He,she,it,
Object of 1st person Me & Us Object of 3d person Him,her,it,
Possessive of 1st person My & our Mine & ours Mine & Possessive of 3d person His,her,hers,its,their,
Subject of 2nd person You & You Subject case Used for subjects & predicate pronouns
Object of 2nd person You & You Object case Used for direct objects,indirect objects,objects of preps
Possessive of 2nd person Your & Yours Possessive case Used to show ownership
Personal pronoun Pronouns which refer mainly to persons Antecedent Is the noun for which a pronoun stands
Created by: Joshua 223