Object Pronouns: Me, You, Him, Her, It, Us, Them

Object and Subject Pronouns example Me, You, Him, Her, It, Us, Them

In this tutorial about subject and object or personal pronouns discusses its correct uses and grammar through examples. As you go read more about this article you will see the list of subject and object pronouns with examples.

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An object pronouns is a type of personal pronoun that is normally used as a grammatical object, either as the direct or indirect object of a verb, or as the object of a preposition. These subject and object/personal pronouns always take the objective case, whether they are indirect or direct object pronouns.

Subject Pronouns Example:

Singular                       Plural

I                                     We

You                               You

He                                 They



Subject Pronouns take the place of noun subjects.

For example:

Jane likes apples.

Jane is the subject of the sentence. But we can also say;

She likes apples. She is the subject pronoun that takes the noun Jane.

Object Pronouns list


Peter took her to school on Tuesday. Her is the object pronoun.

We use object pronouns to substitute for nouns.

Singular                       Plural

Me                                 Us

You                               You

Him                                Them





Hello, who is this?

 Hi, it’s Roger. So instead of saying; “it’s Roger”, you can say “it’s me


Nadia loves sitting next to Mike. We can take away Mike and put in him, to replace Mike.


Are you going to buy the laptop?

Are you going to buy it?

We replace the noun laptop to it.


Anne always writes e-mails to Fred and me.

Anne always writes e-mails to us.


Are you and Helen going to church? Although this already has you

 You can make it plural and just say “Are you going to church? YOU in this sentence refers to both you and Helen because it’s YOU plural.


He watches action movies. We can take away action movies and replace them.


  • Object pronouns take the place of nouns that are direct or indirect


  • Objects are:

Singular: me, you, him, her, it

Plural:      us, you, them

A lot of times we use this pronouns to simplify the sentence and started preferring to the entire noun.


Replace the underlined words with the appropriate object pronoun.

1. The teacher always gives the students homework.

2. I am reading the book to my little sister.

3. The boys are riding their bikes.

4. My father is writing a letter to John.

5. I don’t know the answer.

6. Sally is going to see Anne.

7. Open the window, please.

8. Can you tell the people the way to the airport, please? 

9. The books are for Peter.

10. Can you help my sister and me, please?


1. them      6. Her

2. her          7. it

3. them      8. them

4. him         9. him

5. it             10. us

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