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Practice 3. Personal Pronouns (Objective Case) | (A-Level, Basic)

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Based on the lesson about object pronouns, write each sentence replacing the object of the verb and the object of the preposition with a personal pronoun (me, you, him, her, it, us, them). Write everything to practice writing.

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1. Can you see my dog in the house.

Your Sentence:

Can you see it in the house?

2. I’m not going to invite Susan to the party.

Your Sentence:

I’m not going to invite her to the party.

3. Susan is writing an email to Jack.

Your Sentence:

Susan is writing it to him.

4. I don’t like these books.

Your Sentence:

I don’t like them.

5. I don’t know Mary, but I know Jack very well.

Your Sentence:

I don’t know her, but I know him very well.

6. This is a picture of my father.

Your Sentence:

This is a picture of him.

7. I’m listening to that beautiful song now.

Your Sentence:

I’m listening to it now.

8. I’m going to see John and Peter tomorrow.

Your Sentence:

I’m going to see them tomorrow.

9. I can’t speak German very well.

Your Sentence:

I can’t speak it very well.

10. Please give this box to Susan.

Your Sentence:

Please give it to her.

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