Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns

A pronoun replaces a noun.
For example: Francine is a teacher. She is a teacher. She replaces Francine. 

A subject pronoun replaces a noun in the subject. An object pronoun replaces a noun in the object. 

How do I find the subject in the sentence?

To find the subject, think about what is doing the verb. 

The student speaks English.
What/Who speaks English? The student. 
The student is the subject

How do I find the object in the sentence?

To find the object, think about what is receiving the action of the subject+verb. 

The students listen to the teacher.

Who/what do the students listen to? The teacher.
The teacher is the object

Object

me
you
him
her
it
us
you
them

Subject

I
you (1)
he
she
it
we
you (2+)
they

Practice.
Replace the subject and objects in these sentences with the correct pronoun. 

The children watch the dolphins.
The parents listen to the radio program. 
The girlfriend loves her boyfriend. 
The boyfriend gives his girlfriend a rose. 
The taxi picks up you and I. 
You and I enjoy reading the books. 

Can you think of other sentences using subject or object pronouns?

Write your sentences in the Comments section below.