Using Pronouns Correctly pages 107 - 108 Subject Pronouns! Use them as the subject of the sentence. Be sure to use them in a compound subject. Always use them after a linking verb!! I, you, she, he, it, we, you, they Object Pronouns! Use them as the object of the verb. Be sure to use them in a compound object. Never use them after a linking verb!! me, you, her, him, it, us, you, them Examples exercise 1 page 107-108 Underline the pronoun in parentheses that best completes each sentence. 5. Who is (he, him)? 19. Scott and Carl helped (we, us). Examples - Exercise 2 page 108 Write C in the blank if the pronoun in italics is correct. If it is incorrect, write the correct pronoun in the blank. she 5. The best artist is her. ____ C ____ 13. Darla and we agreed about the picnic. Pronouns and Antecedents page 109 - 110 Antecedents are the word or group of words to which a pronoun refers. are the thing that the pronoun replaces. must match the pronoun in number and gender. Examples - Exercise 1 page 109 - 110 Fill in the blank with the correct pronoun. Then circle the antecedent of the pronoun. 7. Petrarch headed the study of Italy’s He history. ______ was an Italian. 14. Renaissance buildings were also unusual. Architects of today often imitate _______. them Examples - exercise 2 page 110 Write C in the blank if the italicized pronoun in the second sentence agrees with its antecedent in the first sentence. Circle the antecedent. If it does not agree with its antecedent, write the correct pronoun in the blank. Continued It _____ 3. Da Vinci met Michelangelo in Florence, Italy. He was a city where many artists lived. C _____ 7. Da Vinci created breathtaking paintings, and he also crafted great sculptures.