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Subject pronoun Object pronoun
Object pronouns are used as the objects of verbs and prepositions (with, at, of, about, to, without, etc.) in a sentence.
Verb+ object pronoun
Mary is my sister. I like her very much.
Where’s Tom? I can’t see him here.
Do you love me?
I saw you in Paris.
New Star Wars film is boring. I didn’t like it.
Proposition + object pronoun
These are my paintings. What do you think of them?
Sally is late. I’m very angry with her.
You must come with us.
Look at me.
Your father is right. Listen to him.
Object pronouns can be used in the sentence either on their own or after adjectives.
‘Who is hungry?’ ‘Me.’