30 Example Sentences Using Personal Pronouns

Welcome to our useful lesson! Today, we’ll explore an important part of English that we all use every day without even thinking about it. This lesson is all about making English easy and fun for everyone. Whether you’re just starting to learn English or you want to get even better at it, you’re in the right place. So, let’s get started and learn something new together!

Definition of Personal Pronouns

Personal pronouns are words we use instead of nouns to talk about people without naming them. They can tell us who is doing something or to whom something is being done. For example, “I”, “you”, “he”, “she”, “it”, “we”, and “they” are all personal pronouns.

When you say, “I am eating,” “I” is the personal pronoun because it’s used for the person speaking. In “She is running,” “she” is the personal pronoun that tells us a girl or woman is doing the running.

Personal pronouns change form based on who we’re talking about and sometimes where they are in a sentence. They help make our sentences shorter and easier to say.

Examples of Personal Pronouns in Sentences

  1. I am learning English.
  2. Can you help me?
  3. He plays soccer on weekends.
  4. She found her book.
  5. It is raining outside.
  6. We are going to the park.
  7. They have a new car.
  8. This is for you.
  9. She and I are friends.
  10. Can they come too?
  11. We watched a movie yesterday.
  12. It looks very old.
  13. He couldn’t believe it.
  14. I think you are right.
  15. They live in London.
  16. We need to hurry.
  17. She sings beautifully.
  18. He is taller than I thought.
  19. They were late to the meeting.
  20. You can do it!
  21. It is her favorite toy.
  22. We love our new teacher.
  23. I can see you.
  24. They are making dinner.
  25. He has to leave now.
  26. You are very kind.
  27. She can speak three languages.
  28. We were at the beach.
  29. They could help us tomorrow.
  30. I hope you like it.

Sentences Using Personal Pronouns


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