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Let’s start with Subject and Object Pronouns in the English language. Pronouns are words we use in English instead of a noun. This is something even very good students from South America and Arabia often get wrong. A noun is a thing. Pronouns are words we use in the place of a full noun and here are many different types of pronouns. Of course you know English sentences always have a Subject and a Verb, and often an Object. For example: I like cats. Cats like me. With Personal pronouns there are both pronouns for subject and pronouns for object: