Subjective Vs. Objective

In English "Subjective" refers to the subject of the sentence. For example, in the sentence "He went with me to the store," the word "He" is the subject and in the subjective position. "Objective" refers to the object of the sentence. In the above example "me" is in the objective position and thus is the object of the sentence. Confusion sometimes occurs when a subject pronoun is inserted in an objective position, such as in this misuse example: "If you have a problem, see Beth or I." Leave Beth out to get the correct objective form and you will naturally replace the "I" with the correct objective form "me." The subjective pronouns include words such a he, she, they, we; objective pronouns include me, her, him, us.
Subjective Vs. Objective

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