Objective Case Pronouns Video Lesson

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Objective Case Pronouns Definition

An objective case pronoun is a pronoun being used as a direct object, an indirect object, or an object of a preposition. These include me, you, him, her, it, us, and them.

Examples of Objective Case Pronouns

Some examples of objective case pronouns would be the following:

As a direct object:
Justin drove me to school this morning.
I can help you with your homework.

As an indirect object:
Riley lent him a pencil before the test.
Michelle baked them a cake.

As the object of a preposition:
You can leave your jacket with us and pick it up after the show.
Jade’s dress was sewn by her and her mother.

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