A pronoun itself is called an objective pronoun when it works as an object in a sentence. It often comes after the preposition in the sentence. Objective pronouns are the types of personal pronouns that are used in a sentence grammatically.
There are seven major objective pronouns: ‘him, her, me, it, you, us, & them’ respectively.
Examples of Objective Pronouns in Sentences
- She prepared some delicious cookies for me.
- The committee offers washing machines to us during elections.
- Politics make them cruel even more than they were in their past.
- Take me to that place where you guys visited last week.
- Robert believes her more than him.
- He started pointing towards me.
- The Security guard warns us to stay away from that Monument.
- The world cup was lifted one by one by all of them.
- My elder brother gave me 500 rupees.
- Richard trusted him and helped him completely.
- Ch. Shivaji Maharaj defeated all of them single-handed.
- All of them greeted him for his achievement.
- Danny will never understand me because he hates me.
- They all failed to stand on it.
- She is hiding something from you.
- A woman has superpowers like you.
- They brought several dresses for us.
- He went to school to wish them.
- It made me very popular at that time.
- My mother cooked food for all of us.