Subject and Object Pronouns
(Özne ve Nesne zamirleri)
1. Look at this table.
Peter and Paul
Burada dikkat ediniz Mary yerine She, Peter and Paul yerine de them kullanabiliyoruz.
The subject and object pronouns.
Özne ve Nesne Zamirlerinin ayrıntılı tablosu:
| SUBJECT (Özne)
||OBJECT (Nesne) |
Look at the subject and object pronouns in this conversation:
Bu konuşmada geçen özne ve nesne zamirlerine bakınız.
A: I saw Sheila yesterday, but she didn't see me.
B: Are you going to see her tomorrow?
A: No, I 'm meeting Steve. We are playing golf.
B: You're bothe beginners! It isn't an easy game.
I played it last year and I was terrible!
A: Why don't you come with us? We can help you.
B: I would like to play with you both tomorrow, but my brother is leaving in
the afternoon. He is catching the two o'clock train, and we're taking him to the
station. He's spending a month with our aunt and uncle. They live in Scothand. I stayed with
them last year.
We use it for things and for the weather, time, days, dates, distances,
and for animals: PRACTICE
(It zamirini eşya, hava, saat, gün, tarih, uzaklık,
ve hayvanlar için kullanırız.)
I'm studying economics. It's a difficult subject.
It's hot today.
It's four o'clock.
It's Tuesday. It's the third of April.
It's 200 miles to York.
Look at that bird! It's eating bread.
A- Write these sentences using subject and object pronouns instead of the underlined words.
0- John and I saw Peter yesterday. He bought John and me a cup of coffee. (We - us)
1- David and Mike are arriving today. I'm meeting David and Mike at the station.
2- I'm looking for Mary. Have you seenMary? Mary isn't at home.
3- John and I saw a film called 'The Tiger' yesterday. Have you seen 'The Tiger' ?
4- Come to the swimming pool with Joanna and me . Joanna and I are leaving now.
5- George and Jane are meeting Paul today. Paul is having lunch with George and Jane.
6- There's Jack! Jack's got a heavy suitcase. Shall we help Jack? is having lunch with George and Jane.
B- James is talking about himself and his family. Put subject pronouns (I, you, he etc.) in the gaps.
am James and
live in Australia.
've got two brothers.
're called Pete and Mike. My mother works at the hospital.
is a doctor. My father works in a sport shop.
works very hard. The shop makes a lot of money, and
's always full of people.
Now Put object pronouns (my, your, his etc.) in the gaps.
On Saturdays I work for my father. I help
in the shop, and he gives
some money. On Sundays we go to the beach. We have two dogs, and we take
with us. We also take a ball and they play with
on the beach while we swim in the sea.
Now Put object or subject pronouns (my, your, his etc.) in the gaps.
At the moment I'm at university. I'm studying business.
's an interesting subject. Two of my schoolfriends are at university with
Our teachers are good but
a lot of work to do. Next week
are all taking our first exams. I want to get good marks in
1. They/them |