|Subject pronouns||Object pronouns|
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The basic pronouns take on different forms when used as object pronouns rather than as subject pronouns:
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Just like subject pronouns, object pronouns can be singular or plural, masculine, feminine, or gender neutral.
The masculine or feminine subject pronoun is used whenever the gender is known.
When referring to the weather, temperature, time, an inanimate object or a child or animal of undetermined gender, the neuter form “it” can be used.
In the following examples, the subject is in bold, the verb is in italics, and the object pronoun is in bold and is underlined.