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21 February, 01:32

Determine whether the pronoun in each sentence is acting as the subject or the object. Then sort the sentences into

he correct column.

We live near Paul

Subjective Pronouns

Objective Pronouns

They are new in town

Javier knows her.

Lucy waved to him

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  1. 21 February, 01:57
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    Explanation:

    The pronouns are underlined for ease of identification

    1. The pronoun in the following sentence act as subjects

    We live near Paul

    They are new in town

    2. The pronoun in the following sentence act as objects

    Javier knows her.

    Lucy waved to him

    Subjective Pronouns: We, They

    Objective Pronoun: Her, Him

    The basic syntax of a grammar is S-V-O (Subject-Verb-Object)

    Using this syntax, we can easily identify the subjects and objects base on their position in the sentence

    A pronoun is said to be subjective when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence; Using the syntax above as a guide; in (1) above, We and They act as subject in the sentence in which they appear be.

    While

    A pronoun is said to be objective when the pronoun is the object of the sentence; Also using the syntax above as a guide; in (2) above, Her and Him act as object in the sentence in which they appear.
  2. 21 February, 03:21
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    subject

    we live near paul

    they are new in town

    object

    javier knows her

    lucy waved to him

    this is correct on edge 2020
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