Of Pronoun - Personal Pronoun
pronouns are used for particular nouns such as the names of
people, places or things. Personal pronouns are usually used when we have
already mentioned the name of the same noun to avoid the repetition and to bring
flow in the sentence.
Dia bought a new bag yesterday. She
absolutely loves it.
In the second sentence, there are two personal pronouns.
The personal pronoun "She" is used in the place of "Dia" and
"it" is used in the place of "bag."
Rules of personal pronoun
singular or plural
First person (This includes the speaker
himself or a group that includes the speaker, i.e., I, me, we, and us.)
Second person - (This
includes the speaker's audience, i.e., you.)
Third person (This
includes everybody else, i.e., he, she, it, they.)
male, female, or neuter
subject or an object
Subject Pronouns are
the personal pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, they, and we) that are used in the
place of nouns as the subject of a sentence. Example: Ms. Dia did not
come to office. She had to go to the dentist. Here, "Ms. Dia" is the
subject and "she" is the subject pronoun.
Object pronouns are
the personal pronouns (me, you, him, her, it, us, and them) that take the place
of the object in the sentence (i.e. the noun that receives the action in a
sentence). Example: Dia went market with her friend. "Her" is
the object pronoun used here.
Possessive Pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, theirs, ours, its, whose
Here are examples of personal pronouns.
1. You need to stop worrying me.
2. We would love to join you.
I want you to read this magazine.
You are the fastest baller in our
They talked to me about current
situation of the company.
We enjoyed listening to her