Notes On Personal Pronouns - CBSE Class 7 English Grammar

Personal pronouns represent people or things. The personal pronouns are:

  • I
  • You
  • He
  • She
  •  It
  •  We
  • They

The Personal Pronouns and Their Possessive Versions

The table below shows the subjective personal pronouns and the objective personal pronouns. For completeness, it also shows the associated possessive adjectives and absolute possessive pronouns.

Person:

  • Subjective Case
  • Objective Case
  • Possessive Case
  • Possessive Adjectiv
  •  Possessive Case
  • Absolute Possessive Pronouns

First Person                         Singular                       I me my mine

Second Person                     Singular                        you you your yours

Third Person                        Singular                       he/she/it him/her/it his/her/its                                                                                                                his/hers/its

First Person                         Plural                           we us our ours

Second Person                     Plural                           you you your yours

Third Person                        Plural                           they them their theirs

Summary

Personal pronouns represent people or things. The personal pronouns are:

  • I
  • You
  • He
  • She
  •  It
  •  We
  • They

The Personal Pronouns and Their Possessive Versions

The table below shows the subjective personal pronouns and the objective personal pronouns. For completeness, it also shows the associated possessive adjectives and absolute possessive pronouns.

Person:

  • Subjective Case
  • Objective Case
  • Possessive Case
  • Possessive Adjectiv
  •  Possessive Case
  • Absolute Possessive Pronouns

First Person                         Singular                       I me my mine

Second Person                     Singular                        you you your yours

Third Person                        Singular                       he/she/it him/her/it his/her/its                                                                                                                his/hers/its

First Person                         Plural                           we us our ours

Second Person                     Plural                           you you your yours

Third Person                        Plural                           they them their theirs

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