19. Possessive Pronouns

In this lesson, we will talk about the “Possessive Pronouns”. Possessive pronouns are like magic words that show ownership. Instead of saying “Lisa’s book” or “Tom’s car,” we use these special words. Examples of Possessive Pronouns: My, your, his, her, its, our, their: These are the words we use to show that something belongs to someone or something. This is her cat. (Instead of saying “This is Lisa’s cat,” you can say “This is her cat.”) Is this his backpack? (Instead of saying “Is this Tom’s backpack?” you can say “Is this his backpack?”) So, possessive pronouns help us talk … Read more

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18. Object Pronouns

In this lesson, we will talk about the ‘Object Pronouns’ structure. Object pronouns are like special words we use instead of repeating nouns when those nouns are the receivers of the action in a sentence. Object pronouns are the words we use to replace nouns in a sentence. Common Object Pronouns: Me, you, him, her, it, us, them Examples in Sentences: I give the book to him. (Instead of saying “I give the book to Tom,” you can say “I give the book to him.”)She calls her. (Instead of saying “She calls Lisa,” you can say “She calls her.”) So, … Read more

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