Pronombres personales

 

Pronombres personales, personal pronouns corresponden a yo, tú, él, nosotros, vosotros, ellos.

De este modo, en inglés podemos hablar de nominative case, possessive case y objective case.

Pronombres personales, nominative case

Pronombres personales, nominative case

Pronombres personales, nominative case

Nominative case se refiere a los pronombres personales:

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

Su traducción al español:

Yo

Él
Ella
Él para cosas y animales
Nosotros
Vosotros
Ellos/ellas

Junto con el presente simple del verbo “to be”, los personal pronouns:

Personas del Singular:

I am
You are
He is
She is
It is

Personas del Plural:

We are
You are
They are

Pronombres personales, possessive case

Pronombres personales, possessive case

Pronombres personales, possessive case

La forma de possessive case de los pronombres personales son:

My
Your
His
Her
Its
Our
Your
Their

Todas estas formas se usan siempre como adjetivos para modificar a sustantivos:

She is my sister

He likes his English class

Pronombres personales, adjective case

 

Pronombres personales, adjective case

Pronombres personales, adjective case

Adjective case se forma con el pronombre personal y son:

Me
You
Him
Her
It
Us
You
Them

Usamos estas formas como objeto directo o indirecto del verbo y como objetos de preposiciones:

We see her at the movie
He gave me the book
Ann studies English with us.

Pronombres personales, posición

La posición en la oración de los pronombres personales en algunos casaos especiales…

En oraciones que comienzan con “here y “there”, usados como adverbios de lugar, el pronombre personal siempre precede al verbo. Cuando se usa un sustantivo continúa al verbo:

Here comes your father.
Here he comes.
There is your book on the floor.
There it is on the floor.

Cuando el pronombre personal continúa una partícula verbal, combinaciones como “take off”, “put on”, “through Hawai”, debe ser colocado antes de la partícula verbal:

Tom put on his hat.
Tom put his hat on.
Tom put it on.

You should throw away those papers.
You should throw those papers away.
You should throw them away.

Todas estas opciones con pronombres personales en oraciones son correctas.

Pronombres personales, ejercicios

Intenta hacer por ti mismo estos ejercicios eligiendo la forma correcta del pronombre personal:

1. I see (John) on the bus every day.
2. We met (Ann) and her mother on the way to school.
3. She spoke to (Mary) and me about it.
4. (Tom) and (I) are both pleased with our French class.
5. (Tom) is a good friend.
6. (Tom and his sister plan to go to Europe next summer.
7. I talked with (Tom) and his brother last night about their trip.
8. I saw (you) and (your brother) at the movie last night.
9. I sit near Ann and Mary at the lesson.
10. I often see (both boys) in the school bar.

Solución:

1. I see him on the bus every day.
2. We met her and her mother on the way to school.
3. She spoke to her and me about it.
4. He and I are both pleased with our French class.
5. He is a good friend.
6. He and his sister plan to go to Europe next summer.
7. I talked with him and his brother last night about their trip.
8. I saw you and him at the movie last night.
9. I sit near them at the lesson.
10. I often see them in the school bar.

Puedes aprender más sobre pronombres personales en pronombres personales en ingles.

 










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