📖 Subjective pronouns are pronouns that take the place a subject in a sentence.
📖 The subject of a sentence is the thing that DOES something, or the thing that IS something.
DOES: "[Sierra] rides her bike."
The subject is Sierra.
IS: "[The tree] is the tallest in the forest."
The subject is the tree.
📖 Some subjective pronouns are:
I, YOU, HE, SHE, IT, WE, THEY, WHAT, and WHO.
📖 You can use these words to replace the subject in a sentence! For example:
DOES: "[SHE] rides her bike."
IS: "[IT] is the tallest in the forest."
📖 If it is obvious who/what the subject you are talking about in a sentence is, then it is more natural to use subjective pronouns.
📖 If it is not obvious who/what you are talking about, then it is best to stick with the original subjects (Sierra, the tree.)
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