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NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________

GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
SUBJECT and OBJECT PRONOUNS
I me
you you
he him
she + verb + her
it it
we us
they them

Subject pronouns usually come before the main verb, while object pronouns follow the main verb.

 Fill in the blanks below to complete the sentences. Study the above boxes.

1. Do you know that man? Do you know _______________?


2. My friend and I have money. _______________ can go shopping.
3. Robert and Mark are late. _______________ should hurry.
4. She gave _______________ a birthday gift. I really like it.
5. Elephants are very big, so _______________ eat a lot of food.
6. My brother is studying because _______________ has a test tomorrow.
7. Do you feel okay? Can I help _______________?
8. My new neighbors are very friendly. I really like _______________.
9. I need to find my book. Where did you put _______________?
10. Spiders have eight legs, and _______________ also have many eyes.
11. I’m busy right now. Could you please call _______________ after an hour?
12. He gave me the box, but _______________ lost it.
13. We gave him the money, and he gave _______________ the candy.
14. I almost never eat junk food because _______________ isn’t healthy.
15. Who is she? Do you know _______________?

16. My sister isn’t here. _______________ is at work.


17. Dinosaurs were very large, but _______________ all died millions of years ago.
18. Could you please help _______________? I have a problem.

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Grammar Focus Subject and Object Pronouns


Level Intermediate

ANSWER KEY My Notes

1. him 10. they


2. We 11. me
3. They 12. I
4. me 13. us
5. they 14. it
6. he 15. her
7. you 16. She
8. them 17. they
9. it 18. me

Grades as
percentages
18 / 18 = 100%
17 / 18 = 94
16 / 18 = 89
15 / 18 = 83
14 / 18 = 78
13 / 18 = 72
12 / 18 = 67
11 / 18 = 61
10 / 18 = 56
9 / 18 = 50
8 / 18 = 44
7 / 18 = 39
6 / 18 = 33
5 / 18 = 28
4 / 18 = 22
3 / 18 = 17
2 / 18 = 11
1 / 18 = 6
0 / 18 = 0%

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