Objective also acts like a noun sometimes when it means a goal.
The previous government was unable to achieve its objective.
The case was dismissed by the judge because of his subjective views about the victim.
Above is a wrong illustration as judges, detectives and people involved in important decision making cannot base their decisions on just subjectivity, their personal feelings, and hence need some evidence and facts to back their decisions.
If I ask both my parents about which house to buy, I will probably get two different subjective answers.
Allison, a New York Journalist, tried her best to be objective and not let her opinion affect her report.
I want an objective review of our company’s financial report for this year by tomorrow.
Subjective or objective:
Both the words are used usually as adjectives and nouns, both in the English language and as an adjective, they are used to refer to unprejudiced and prejudiced decisions. Remember, objective means something is based on facts and since both words, objective and fact,contain the alphabet ‘C’, you can easily now remember the usage of both words.