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Pronoun Case

Directions: Circle the correct pronoun case. Identify the verb in the sentence, and
determine whether the pronoun is functioning as a subject or an object.
Subject: the noun or pronoun in the sentence that takes the verb (ex: I am the subject).
Object: nouns in the sentence that do not take verbs (ex: The object of this sentence is me).

1. Chris and I were playing basketball.


What is the verb? were playing
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
2. Chrissie wanted to go to the park with me and her.
What is the verb? will be
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object

3. After a long day of school, my friends and I like to interact online.


What is the verb? like
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
4. They and we have never gotten along.
What is the verb? have gotten
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

5. You and I have always gotten along in the past.


What is the verb? have gotten Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
6. It was stressful because she and I are both running for class president.
What is the verb? are running
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
7. She is taller than I am.
What is the verb? am
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
8. She is a better dancer than I / me / myself.
What is the verb?implied am after the subject pronoun I
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
9. Jeb and I are going to the swimming hole.
What is the verb? are going
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
10. Would she rather go to the prom with me or Zeke?
What is the verb? would go
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object
11. Us / We students need more practice with pronouns.
What is the verb? need Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

Pronoun Case
Directions: Circle the correct pronoun case. Identify the verb in the sentence, and
determine whether the pronoun is functioning as a subject or an object.
Subject: the noun or pronoun in the sentence that takes the verb (ex: I am the subject).
Object: nouns in the sentence that do not take verbs (ex: The object of this sentence is me).

1. Chris and I were playing basketball.


What is the verb? were playing
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
2. Chrissie wanted to go to the park with me and her.
What is the verb? will be
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object
3. After a long day of school, my friends and I like to interact online.
What is the verb? like
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

4. They and we have never gotten along.


What is the verb? have gotten
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
5. You and I have always gotten along in the past.
What is the verb? have gotten Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
6. It was stressful because she and I are both running for class president.
What is the verb? are running
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

7. She is taller than I am.


What is the verb? am
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
8. She is a better dancer than I / me / myself.
What is the verb?implied am after the subject pronoun I
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
9. Jeb and I are going to the swimming hole.
What is the verb? are going
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
10. Would she rather go to the prom with me or Zeke?
What is the verb? would go
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object
11. Us / We students need more practice with pronouns.
What is the verb? need Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

Pronoun Case
Directions: Circle the correct pronoun case. Identify the verb in the sentence, and
determine whether the pronoun is functioning as a subject or an object.
Subject: the noun or pronoun in the sentence that takes the verb (ex: I am the subject).
Object: nouns in the sentence that do not take verbs (ex: The object of this sentence is me).

1. Chris and I were playing basketball.


What is the verb? were playing
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

2. Chrissie wanted to go to the park with me and her.


What is the verb? will be
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object
3. After a long day of school, my friends and I like to interact online.
What is the verb? like
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

4. They and we have never gotten along.


What is the verb? have gotten
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
5. You and I have always gotten along in the past.
What is the verb? have gotten Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
6. It was stressful because she and I are both running for class president.
What is the verb? are running
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
7. She is taller than I am.
What is the verb? am
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
8. She is a better dancer than I / me / myself.
What is the verb?implied am after the subject pronoun I
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject
9. Jeb and I are going to the swimming hole.
What is the verb? are going
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject

10. Would she rather go to the prom with me or Zeke?


What is the verb? would go
Is the pronoun a subject or an object? object
11. Us / We students need more practice with pronouns.
What is the verb? need Is the pronoun a subject or an object? subject