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What does it mean to be compound?
In English, a compound word is a combination of two or more words. Doghouse and earthbound are both examples of compound words.
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You is both _____ & _____ and _____ &_____.
singular & plural and 'subjective & objective because you can be one person or a group, the subject of a sentence (You caught the ball) or the object of a sentence (I caught you).
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What is a plural objective case pronoun?
A plural objective case pronoun is a pronoun that represents two or more people or things being acted on. Common plural objective pronouns include us, you, and them.
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What is a singular case objective pronoun?
A singular case objective pronoun is a pronoun that represents a single thing that is being acted on. Common singular object case pronouns include me, you, her, him, and it.
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What are some common objective case pronouns?
Me, you, her, him, and it are common objective case pronouns, or pronouns that can receive the action of a sentence.
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What is the object in the sentence below?

Janet broke her brother's bike.

Janet is the subject and broke is the verb, making her brother's bike - the thing the subject acted on - the object.
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What is an object?
In sentences, an object receives the action of the verb.
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What are objective case pronouns?
Objective case pronouns are pronouns that function as the objects of sentences.
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You can be used to describe _____ or _____.
You can be used to describe one person or a group of people.
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What is a plural case subjective pronoun?
A plural case subjective pronoun is a subjective case pronoun that describes two or more people or things. Common plural subjective case pronouns include we, you, and they.
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What is a singular case subjective pronoun?
A singular case subjective pronoun is a subjective case pronoun that describes one person or thing. Common singular case subjective pronouns include I, she, he, you, and it.
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What does plural mean?
Plural means more than one. A plural noun describes two or more people, places, things or ideas.
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What does singular mean?
Singular means one. A singular noun is a noun that describes one person, place, thing or idea.
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What are some common subjective case pronouns?
Common subjective case pronouns include I, you, she, he, they, and it.
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What is a subject?
The subject of a sentence is who or what a sentence is about. Verbs typically describe actions being taken by the subject.
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What is a nominative case pronoun?
Nominative case pronoun is another name for subjective case pronoun.
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What is a subjective case pronoun?
A subjective case pronoun is a type of personal pronoun that acts as the subject of a sentence.
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What is a personal pronoun?
A personal pronoun replaces the name of a specific person or thing.
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What is a noun?
A noun is a person, place, thing or idea.
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What is a pronoun?
In a sentence, a pronoun is a word that replaces a noun.
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With this set of flashcards, students can expect to learn what pronouns are. Learn the distinction among singular, plural, subjective, and objective pronouns. Use the flashcards to understand how pronouns function in relation to subjects and objects. A foundational concept in the English language, learning to recognize pronouns will help in reading, writing, and understanding literature and prose writing of all kinds.

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What is a pronoun?
In a sentence, a pronoun is a word that replaces a noun.
What is a noun?
A noun is a person, place, thing or idea.
What is a personal pronoun?
A personal pronoun replaces the name of a specific person or thing.
What is a subjective case pronoun?
A subjective case pronoun is a type of personal pronoun that acts as the subject of a sentence.
What is a nominative case pronoun?
Nominative case pronoun is another name for subjective case pronoun.
What is a subject?
The subject of a sentence is who or what a sentence is about. Verbs typically describe actions being taken by the subject.
What are some common subjective case pronouns?
Common subjective case pronouns include I, you, she, he, they, and it.
What does singular mean?
Singular means one. A singular noun is a noun that describes one person, place, thing or idea.
What does plural mean?
Plural means more than one. A plural noun describes two or more people, places, things or ideas.
What is a singular case subjective pronoun?
A singular case subjective pronoun is a subjective case pronoun that describes one person or thing. Common singular case subjective pronouns include I, she, he, you, and it.
What is a plural case subjective pronoun?
A plural case subjective pronoun is a subjective case pronoun that describes two or more people or things. Common plural subjective case pronouns include we, you, and they.
You can be used to describe _____ or _____.
You can be used to describe one person or a group of people.
What are objective case pronouns?
Objective case pronouns are pronouns that function as the objects of sentences.
What is an object?
In sentences, an object receives the action of the verb.

What is the object in the sentence below?

Janet broke her brother's bike.

Janet is the subject and broke is the verb, making her brother's bike - the thing the subject acted on - the object.
What are some common objective case pronouns?
Me, you, her, him, and it are common objective case pronouns, or pronouns that can receive the action of a sentence.
What is a singular case objective pronoun?
A singular case objective pronoun is a pronoun that represents a single thing that is being acted on. Common singular object case pronouns include me, you, her, him, and it.
What is a plural objective case pronoun?
A plural objective case pronoun is a pronoun that represents two or more people or things being acted on. Common plural objective pronouns include us, you, and them.
You is both _____ & _____ and _____ &_____.
singular & plural and 'subjective & objective because you can be one person or a group, the subject of a sentence (You caught the ball) or the object of a sentence (I caught you).
What does it mean to be compound?
In English, a compound word is a combination of two or more words. Doghouse and earthbound are both examples of compound words.
What is a compound subject?
In English, a compound subject includes two or more acting subjects.
What is a compound object?
In English, a compound object includes two or more objects being acted on

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it plural or singular?

He went to the store to buy milk.

he, singular

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it plural or singular?

I drove to the theater alone.

I, singular

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. I s it plural or singular?

She stayed home from school.

she, singular

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular or plural?

They left my house at midnight.

they, plural

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it plural or singular?

We don't like thunderstorms.

we, plural

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it plural, singular or both?

You can make it to the beach today, right?

you, both plural and singular

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

I drove my mother's friend to the new house.

I, subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

You look very nice today.

You, subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

She forgot to turn the homework in.

She, subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

My sister hugged me.

me, objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

The school bus driver drove us home.

us, objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it subjective or objective?

The ice cream truck drove past them.

them, objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a singular case subjective or a plural case subjective?

She bought two new pairs of red shoes.

she, singular case subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case subjective or plural case subjective?

He picked two apples off the tree.'

he, singular case subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case subjective or plural case subjective?

I forgot to buy my friend a gift for Hanukkah.

I, singular case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case subjective or plural case subjective?

We took our new pony to the horse show.

we, plural case subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case subjective or plural case subjective?

They all brought Barbie dolls for show and tell.

they, plural case subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case subjective or plural case subjective?

You all look nice in green.

you, plural case subjective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case objective or plural case objective?

Elizabeth doesn't like me.

me, singular case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case objective or plural case objective?

The hummingbirds sang to her.

her, singular case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case objective or plural case objective?

Timothy passed him.

him, singular case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case objective or plural case objective?

Alyssa didn't say hello to them.

them, plural case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it singular case objective or plural case objective?

The ballerina danced with us.

us, plural case objective

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a singular case objective or a plural case objective?

The friendly old woman waved to us.

us, plural case objective

Identify the type of pronoun used in the sentence below.

I ran very fast in my first race.

I, singular subjective pronoun

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a compound subjective pronoun or a compound objective pronoun?

Monica and I both love to roller skate.

Monica and I, compound subjective pronoun

Identify the type of pronoun used in the sentence below.

Georgia saw him.

him, singular objective pronoun

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it compound?

She and her mother left the zoo at 3 o'clock.

She and her mother; it is a compound pronoun.

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it compound?

He won a giant teddy bear.

He; it is not a compound pronoun.

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it compound?

They and their fathers played baseball.

They and their fathers; it is a compound pronoun.

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a compound subject pronoun or a compound objective pronoun?

He and Elise were first in line.

He and Elise; it is a compound subjective pronoun.

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a compound subjective pronoun or a compound objective pronoun?

Crystal threw confetti at Josephine and me.

Josephine and me; it is a compound objective pronoun.

Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Is it a compound subjective pronoun or a compound objective pronoun?

The cameraman filmed Michael and me.

Michael and me; it is a compound objective pronoun.

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