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Memorize the Various Personal Pronouns

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Here are the same tables on personal pronouns you memorized in Grammar.com’s section on the Parts of Speech (Pronouns):

Singular Personal Pronouns

Person Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Case
First Person I me my-mine
Second Person you you your-yours
Third Person he (masculine) him (masculine) his-his (masculine)
she (feminine) her (feminine) her-hers (feminine)
it (neuter) it (neuter) its-its (neuter)

Plural Personal Pronouns

Person Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Case
First Person we us our-ours
Second Person you you your-yours
Third Person they them their-theirs

 

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