Subject and Object Pronouns Exercises (With Printable PDF)

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Subject and object pronouns reduce repetition in spoken and written English. As the name implies, subject pronouns replace the sentence’s subject. The object pronouns will replace the object in a sentence. Learn how to use each with our subject and object pronoun exercises to master English vocabulary in no time.

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What Are Subject Pronouns?

Pronouns take the place of a noun in a sentence. There are three main types of pronouns: subject, object, and possessive. A subject pronoun is used when the subject of the sentence is a pronoun. For example, “I” is a subject pronoun because it is the subject of the sentence “I am going to the store.” The common subject pronouns are I, he, you, she, it, we, they, and who.

What Are Object Pronouns?

Object pronouns refer to someone or something as objects of verbs or prepositions. The three most common object pronouns are “me,” “you,” and “him.” For example, if we say, “I saw him at the store,” the word “him” is an object pronoun because it refers to the person who is the object of the verb “saw.” Other examples of object pronouns include “her,” “it,” “whom,” and “them.”

Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #1

Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #1

Choose the correct pronoun for the sentences below.

_____ is sunny outside today.
_____ are you talking to?
_____ have got to be kidding!
Don’t pay attention to my siblings. _____ just like to joke around.
_____ went to every class this week.
_____ really love going to the beach in the summer.
You cheated last time when we played rummy. ____ doesn’t count as a win.
______ don’t really trust what others are saying.
_____ never pays attention in class.
I love Ms. Smith. _____ is my favorite teacher.
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Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #2

Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #2

Read the sentences below and determine whether the word inside the parentheses is a subject or an object pronoun.

We used to be best friends, but I don’t talk to (them) anymore.
Did (you) hear the latest news?
My mother picked (me) up from the train station.
We tried giving him advice, but he never listens to (us).
(They) were sitting in the front row of the theater, right?
(He) was the best student in our class.
What if I told (you) to never trust what you hear?
I have no idea (whom) you’re referring to.
I miss my sister. I talk to (her) every day.
(Who) was the person you were talking to yesterday?
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Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #3

Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise #3

Fill in the gaps below with either a subject or an object pronoun.
Example: Sarah and Elise are my best friends. I talk to _____ every day.
Answer: them

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Final Thoughts

Finding the right subject and object pronouns for a sentence might be tricky at times. It’s easier to identify them if you figure out who is doing the action and who the action is being done to. This should help you tell these two types of pronouns apart.