We know that a Pronoun is a word used instead of a Noun.  In this video we have learnt about Personal Pronouns. Let us revise the whole lesson quickly. Here are all the Personal Pronouns in a tabular form.

Now let us see some more examples of Personal Pronouns in sentences.

Isubject of the verb, First person singular Nominative form.

  • I am a student.
  • I have many friends.
  • I like to read books.
  • I play outdoor games.
  • I have completed the assignment.

My, mine show possession, First person singular Possessive form.

  • This is my notebook.
  • That is my pencil.
  • Those dolls are mine.
  • She is my sister.
  • They are my friends.

Me, object of the verb, First person, singular Accusative form.

  • Give it to me.
  • She sang with me.
  • They shared their secret with me.
  • He accompanied me.
  • Teacher taught me.

We, subject of the verb, First person plural Nominative form.

  • We are students.
  • We have many friends.
  • We like to read books.
  • We play outdoor games.
  • We have completed the assignment.

Ours show possession, First person plural Possessive form.

  • This is our house.
  • That is our farm.
  • Those cars are ours.
  • She is our sister.
  • They are our friends.

Usus, object of the verb, First person, plural Accusative form.

  • Give it to us.
  • She sang with us.
  • They shared their secret with us.
  • He accompanied us.
  • Teacher taught us.

You, subject of the verb, Second person singular Nominative form.

  • You are a student.
  • You have many friends.
  • You like to  read books.
  • You play outdoor games.
  • You have completed the assignment.

Your, yours show possession, Second person singular Possessive form.

  • This is your notebook.
  • That is your pencil.
  • Those dolls are yours.
  • She is your sister.
  • They are your friends.

You, object of the verb, Second person, singular Accusative form.

  • I will give it to you.
  • She sang with you.
  • They shared their secret with you.
  • He accompanied you.
  • The teacher taught you.

He, She, it subjects of the verb, Third person singular Nominative form.

  • She is a student.
  • He has many friends.
  • She likes to read books.
  • He plays outdoor games.
  • It is a machine.

Her, hers, his show possession, Third person singular Possessive form.

  • This is her notebook.
  • That is his pencil.
  • Those dolls are hers.
  • She is his sister.
  • Its working is smooth

Her, him, it  objects of the verb, Third person, singular Accusative form.

  • Give it to her.
  • She sang with him.
  • They shared their secret with her.
  • He accompanied him.
  • Teacher threw it.

They subject of the verb, Third person plural Nominative form.

  • They are students.
  • They have many friends.
  • They like to read books.
  • They plays outdoor games.
  • They are machines.

Their, theirs show possession, Third person plural Possessive form.

  • This is their notebook.
  • Those are their pencils.
  • Those dolls are theirs.
  • She is their sister.
  • Their working is smooth.

Them object of the verb, Third person, plural Accusative form.

  • Give it to them.
  • She sang with them.
  • He shared his secret with them.
  • We accompanied them.
  • Teacher threw them .

We have learnt about different forms of Personal Pronouns in detail. In the coming lesson, we will learn the remaining kinds of Pronouns.

Stay tuned…..Goodbye!