|A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. The pronouns, 'I, we, he, she, it, you and they', can be the subjects of a sentence.|
I go to school eveyday.
You need to study hard.
She sings well.
A pronoun must be singular if the noun it replaces is singular. He, she and it are singular pronouns.
A pronoun must be plural if the noun it replaces is plural. We and they are plural pronouns.
You is both singular and plural.
Directions: Explain using examples how pronouns can act as subjects in sentences. Find the subjects in the following sentences.