Teoria – Explicacion y Ejemplos Ingles Object Pronouns
Object pronouns are words like me, you, him, her, us, and them. We use them as the object of a verb or a preposition. For example:
I saw him. (The pronoun him is the object of the verb saw.)
They talked to us. (The pronoun us is the object of the verb talked.)
We gave them a book. (The pronoun them is the object of the verb gave.)
I’m looking for her. (The pronoun her is the object of the preposition for.)
Ejercicios con soluciones de Ingles Object Pronouns
There are many different ways to learn and practice English grammar, but one effective method is to complete exercises with solutions. Exercises help to reinforce what you have learned and provide opportunities to apply your knowledge in new ways. One type of exercise you can do is to replace the subject or object of a sentence with an object pronoun. This is a good way to practice using pronouns correctly and to become more familiar with the different forms they can take. Here are some examples of sentences with the subject or object replaced by an object pronoun: The teacher is speaking to her class. – She is speaking to them. I am writing a letter to my friend. – I am writing it to her. They are sending us a package. – We are receiving it from them. As you can see, the pronoun must agree with the subject or object it is replacing in terms of number (singular or plural) and gender (masculine, feminine, or neuter). It is also important to use the correct case (subjective, objective, or possessive). Here are some more examples of sentences with object pronouns: I am looking for my keys. – Have you seen them? We are going to the park. – Do you want to come with us? They are having a party. – I was not invited to it. You are always welcome here. – We are glad to have you. Remember, you can also use object pronouns to replace the subjects of sentences. For example: The students are studying for their exams. – They are studying for them. The cat is sleeping on the couch. – It is sleeping there. Practice replacing the subject or object of sentences with an object pronoun to become more confident and proficient in using them.