Subject, Object, and Indefinite Pronouns (Grade 6)

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Subject, Object, and Indefinite Pronouns

Subject, Object, and Indefinite Pronouns

  • A subject pronoun is used as the subject of a verb. 
  • The pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are subject pronouns
  • An object pronoun is used as the object of either an action verb or a preposition. 
  • The pronouns me, you, him, her, it, us, and them are object pronouns.

Subject and Object Pronouns Examples

  • My sister made a video for our cousins. She sent it to them last night.

  • An indefinite pronoun refers to someone or something that is not known or specific, such as anyone, anything, all, both, everybody, everything, everywhere, none, no one, somebody, somewhere, or something.

Indefinite Pronouns Examples

  • My aunt sang something that everyone would enjoy.

Subject, Object, and Indefinite Pronouns Worksheet

Write each sentence. Replace the words in parentheses with the proper pronoun.

1. (All of the people) clapped along to the music.
2. Dad decided that (Dad) needed to get his guitar.
3. Mom helped (Dad) look for the guitar in the closet.
4. My sister told (Mom and Dad) that she had the guitar.
5. (Not one person) sang until my parents found (the guitar).

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