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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #13991: Object pronouns
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Pronouns [Change theme]
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    Object pronouns


    Object pronouns


     

    I-----------me
    You--------you
    He---------him
    She--------her
    It----------it
    We--------us / 's
    You-------you
    They------them

     

    Attention :

    In English, put them after the verb.

     

    Exemple

    - I like them.
    - We are looking at her.
    - She has got it in her hand.
    - They are speaking English to us.
    - We phone him every evening.

     

    EXERCISE
    Find the good pronoun





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