Pronouns are words that we use in the place of nouns in a sentence to make it less repetitive and less awkward.
A subject pronoun is a pronoun that acts for the subject of the sentence. For Example;
I am fat
We are elder
You are slim
You are athletic
He is tall
She is gorgeous
It is large
They are obese
An object pronoun is a type of personal pronoun that is normally used as a grammatical object, either as the direct or indirect object of a verb, or as the object of a preposition. These pronouns always take the objective case, whether they are indirect object pronouns or direct object pronouns.
Me - Can you help me?
You – I know you.
Him – She is not in love with him.
Her – He phones her every day.
It – I don’t like it.
Us – Wait for us.
Them – Call them in the evening
The Possessive Pronoun is a pronoun that is used to indicate possession and ownership.
Mine – This is my laptop. It’s mine
Yours – These glasses are mine, not yours.
His – This is my brother’s book. It’s his.
Hers – He offered to swap his camera for hers.
Ours – I’ll show you to your room. Ours is next door
Yours – The house is yours.
Theirs – The ship is theirs.
Reflexive pronouns are used when a person or thing is referring to the same person or thing.
Myself – I have told myself that a hundred times.
Yourself – You are too young to go out by yourself.
Himself – He took the whiskey bottles out of the cabinet poured himself a drink
Herself – Jennifer prepared herself for the journey.
Itself – This chair automatically adjusts itself to your height.
Ourselves – We can amuse ourselves for an hour or two.
Yourselves – Did you see it yourselves?
Themselves – Children will educate themselves under right conditions.