I vs. Me
'I' and 'me' are both words that mean the same thing, but each one must be used in a different circumstance. To know more about this, start here.
Me vs. Myself
'Me' and 'myself' are both objects that refer to the same person, but they cannot be used in place of one another. Let's see.
You Singular or Plural
For 2nd person singular and plural, formal or informal, we only have one pronoun in English today. So aren't you curious to know how do we tell the difference?
You vs. Yourself
'Yourself' is a second person singular reflexive pronoun, 'you' is the second person personal pronoun both singular and plural. Can they be interchangeable?
He vs. Him
Which one is grammatically correct? 'I invited his parents, his girlfriend and he?' or 'I invited his parents, his girlfriend and him?' Let's find out!
He and I or Him and I
'He and I' or 'Him and I'? Is one of them the correct choice? Or they are both wrong? Let's find out.
She and I vs. She and Me
What is the difference between 'she and I' and 'she and me'? Can we use both options? Or none of them is correct? Let's find out!
It vs. Them
'It' and 'They' are both pronouns, but what is the difference between 'it' and 'they'? Here we will discuss the differences and similarities between the two.
She vs. Her
'She' and 'her' are both pronouns that are used to refer to nouns describing female persons and animals.
We vs. Us
'We' is a subject pronoun used as the subject of sentences. 'Us' is an object pronoun used as an object in a sentence. But can they be interchangeable?
They vs. Them
'They' and 'them' are both third-person plural pronouns and refer to plural nouns. But what is their main difference? Let's find out!
Them vs. These or Those
'These' and 'Those' are called plural demonstratives. They can be subjects or objects. 'Them' is an object pronoun. So, can they be interchangeable?
His vs. Him
We have different kinds of pronouns in English grammar, for example, subject, object, possessive, impersonal, etc. Here, we will discuss two masculine pronouns.
Ours vs. Us
What is the difference between 'ours' and 'us'? They are both pronouns. They are both first-person plurals. But they are of different categories of pronouns.
Theirs vs. Them
What is the difference between 'them' and 'theirs?' 'Theirs' is the third person plural possessive pronoun. 'Them' is a third-person pronoun. What else?
'You' is the second person pronoun. Here, we will discuss the functions and grammatical rules of this useful pronoun.
'It' is a third-person singular pronoun. Here, we will take a close look at its functions and grammatical rules in the English language.
'Me' is a first-person singular pronoun. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
In this lesson, we will learn more about 'her' which is the third-person singular pronoun, and the object pronoun of 'she.'
In this lesson, we will learn more about 'Us' which is the first-person plural pronoun, and the object form of 'we.'
'Them' is a third-person plural pronoun. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
'One' is an impersonal pronoun that refers to a specific person or thing. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
Whom vs. Whomever
It is rare to see whomever in daily English. But it is important to know the difference between 'whom' and 'whomever.'
Whom vs. Them
'Whom' and 'them' are words in the English language that may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.