English Subject Pronouns
You: Plural and Singular
'You' is the singular and plural, second-person pronoun. It refers to the person or people being spoken to.
Gender of Subject Pronouns
Subject pronouns can refer to a man or boy (masculine), a woman or a girl (feminine) an animal or a thing (neutral). Look at the table below:
|Third-person Singular Pronouns|
What Do Subject Pronouns Do?
Subject pronouns do the action in a sentence. Take a look at these sentences:
The sentences above sound repetitive and awkward. We can fix them by using subject pronouns:
My brother is 7 years old.
Now, let us take a look at more examples: