ch06 - Personal Pronouns Objectives Use personal pronouns...

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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 2 Personal Pronouns Objectives Use personal pronouns correctly as subjects and objects. Distinguish between personal possessive pronouns (such as its ) and contractions (such as it’s )
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 3 Personal Pronouns Choose the correct pronoun in compound constructions, comparatives, and appositives. Use reflexive pronouns correctly. Use nominative case pronouns with subject complements. Select the correct pronouns for use with the infinitive to be .
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 4 Personal Pronouns Nominative Case Singular Plural First Person I we (person speaking) Second Person you you (person spoken to) Third Person he, they (person/thing spoken of) she, it
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 5 Personal Pronouns Objective Case Singular Plural First Person me us (person speaking) Second Person you you (person spoken to) Third Person him, them (person/thing spoken of) her, it
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 6 Personal Pronouns Possessive Case Singular Plural First Person my, mine our, ours (person speaking) Second Person your, yours your, yours (person spoken to) Third Person his, hers, their, theirs (person/thing spoken of) its
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 7 Personal Pronouns Nominative Case Usage Nominative case pronouns are used as subjects of verbs. He is the supervisor we hired last month. S. V. S. V. We asked whether they were coming . S. V. S. V.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 8 Personal Pronouns Objective Case Usage Objective case pronouns are used as objects of verbs. The manager called us . S. V. O. We told them about the plans. S. V. O.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 9 Personal Pronouns Objective Case Usage Objective case pronouns (P.) are used as objects of prepositions (O.P.). That desk is for her . S. V. P. O.P. Requests are sent to him . S. V. P. O.P.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 10 Personal Pronouns Objective Case Usage When the words between , but , like , and except are used as prepositions, be sure to use objective case pronouns as their objects.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 11 Personal Pronouns No one but ( I or me? ) has the combination . ^ Prep.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 12 Personal Pronouns No one but ( I or me ? ) has the combination . ^ Prep. ^ Obj. of Prep.
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Mary Ellen Guffey, Business English, 7e Ch. 6 - 13 Personal Pronouns No one but me has the combination .
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Ch. 6 - 14 Personal Pronouns Workers like Brad and ( she or her? ) are excellent. ^ Prep.
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ch06 - Personal Pronouns Objectives Use personal pronouns...

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