Object Pronoun Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.1.A

Core Standard

Object pronouns are outside of the realm of subjects. They are the pronouns that receive the action in a sentence. It is fairly common for object pronouns to appear after prepositions. The subject of the sentence usually directly or inadvertently affects the object pronoun in some way shape or form. The most common object pronouns are the words: me, you, her, him, and it. In most circumstances students are more familiar with subject forms of these words. These forms of words are vital to helping us streamline our communication and make sure that our language is clear and concise. Our intended audience will be able to understand our line of thought much better. These worksheets will help students identify object pronouns and their role in several sentences.









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