Personal Pronouns denote an entity of a specific grammatical person: first person (as in the case of I, me, we, etc.), second person (as in the case of you), or third person (he, she, they, etc.)

Personal pronouns

Personal pronouns are pronouns which replace the name of a person or a group of people.

First person singular: I, me, my, mine, myself

Second person singular: you, yours, your, yourself

Third person singular masculine: he, him, his, himself

Third person singular feminine: she, her, hers, herself

Third person singular neutral: one, it, its (note the lack of apostrophe), itself

First person plural: we, us, our, ours, ourselves

Second person plural: you, your, yours, yourselves

Third person plural (gender neutral): they, them, theirs, their, themselves

PERSONAL SUBJECT PRONOUNS:

A subject pronoun is a personal pronoun that is used as the subject of a verb. I, you, he, she, it, we and they are the subject personal pronouns used in English. They are used to substitute the names of the people or things that perform actions.

Personal Pronoun – Subject: 

I
you
he/she/it
we
they
EXAMPLE:
  • They spent the night singing loudly. (The substitute the name of the people
    who spent the night singing.)

    PERSONAL OBJECT PRONOUNS:


An object pronoun is a personal pronoun that is used as the object of a verb. Me, you, 
him, her, it, us and them are the object personal pronouns used in English. They are used to substitute the names of the people or things that are affected by an action.

Personal Pronoun – Object:

me
you
him/her/it
us
them

EXAMPLE:

  • Lina broke it. (It substitutes the name of the thing that Lina broke.