Summer English Lesson XXI. Subject pronouns

Hi students,

Today we’re going to revise subject pronouns. This lesson is very easy for all of you so you are not going to have problems with them. It’s just to jog your memory.

We use subject pronouns to substitute nouns.

I – you – he – she – it – we – you – they.

We use “he” for third person singular (masculine), “she” for third person singular (feminine) and “it” for third person singular (neutral, animals or things).

Exception: We use “he” or “she” for domestic animals (pets).

We use “you” either second person singular and second person plural.

Well, there’s nothing else we can revise. That’s all.

Bye. Juanjo.











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