English Object Pronouns
You: Singular and Plural
The pronoun 'you' is used as both a singular and plural, second-person pronoun in English. It refers to the person or people being spoken to.
The Gender of Object Pronouns
Object pronouns can refer to a man or boy (masculine), a woman or a girl (feminine), or an animal or a thing (neutral).
|Third-person Singular Pronouns|
What Do Object Pronouns Do?
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Here, 'you' is the subject pronoun (doer of the action) and 'him' is the object pronoun (the action of the verb is done to it).
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