A subjective pronoun is a pronoun that replaces the noun which is used more than one time in a sentence. It acts as a subject in a sentence after replacing the noun with it.
Subjective pronouns are ‘he, she, it, I, you, we, they’ respectively.
Examples of Subjective Pronoun in Sentences
- She spends most of her time in the swimming pool.
- He refused to purchase the car yesterday.
- The scientist claims that he discovered the theory of relativity.
- We all ran away from that restaurant without paying the bill.
- You have done a great job.
- Yesterday, they had fixed the broken window glass.
- Dhar Mann said he lost his weight by taking a proper diet.
- She and I both went for a long drive.
- Last night, we went out for dinner together.
- He is a brave soldier and a strong man.
- She is not coming with us on a trip.
- It is the only way to make him happy now.
- At last, they all performed well and won the match.
- The teacher agreed that he could join our batch.
- I do not allow any of you to enter my house.
- I will call the cops if you stand there for more than a minute.
- He was saved by superman from the hooligans.
- She is cooking food for tonight.
- I am writing a letter.
- He is awarded for playing well in the match.