Lesson 4
subject pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Subject pronouns in English are singular or plural. You must know the differences among various subject pronouns when choosing a verb. 

In this video, I talk about the relationship between a subject and a verb. 

You and I

The most important relationship between two people uses the pronouns “you” and “I.” 


In this part of the lesson, you will learn about and practice using these pronouns. Watch the video. 

You and I


I am. 

You are.



We are.

You are.



I + you = we 


Teacher Paul
  • I am a teacher. 
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  • You are a student. 

he / she / it


he = man or boy

she = woman or girl

it = thing

he / she / it


He is. 

She is. 

It is. 




They are. 



he + he = they 

she + she = they

he + she = they

it + it = they


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  • He is a student. 
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  • She is a student. 
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  •  It is a classroom. 
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he (man)

she (woman)

it (thing)


we (you + I)

you (you ++)

they (+++) 

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I am a student.

You are a teacher. 

He is a friend. 

She is a neighbor. 

It is a rock. 


We are online. (You and I)

You are on the internet. 


They are all over there. 

Note: It is helpful to know that English teachers often talk about subject pronouns and nouns this way: 

  • The pronoun “I” is in the first-person singular. 
  • The pronoun “you” is in the second-person singular. 
  • The pronouns “he,” “she,” and “it” are in the third-person singular. 
  • The pronoun “we” is in the first-person plural.  (I + you = we)
  • The pronoun “you” is in the second-person plural. (you + you = you) 
  • The pronoun “they” is in the third-person plural. (he/she/it ++ = they) 

In the next lesson, you will practice forming questions for things and people. Check back later for updates.