Pronouns. English Literacy September 6, 2011. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word used to take the place of a noun. When a pronoun is used, it clearly refers to a noun used earlier in the story or paragraph. Nominative pronouns are used as subjects . They are: I You He She We They .
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September 6, 2011
She and I just arrived. (Compound subject)
To use correct pronouns in compound subjects, say each pronoun by itself with the verb.
Incorrect: Him, her, and me will leave soon.Him will leave soon. Her will leave soon. Me will leave soon.
Correct: He, she, and I will leave soon.
He will leave soon. She will leave soon. I will leave soon.