What is SVO?

A lot of English uses this pattern:

subject + verb + object

A subject does something.
A verb is a doing word.
An object has something done to it.

Examples of SVO

I like chicken.
(subject = I; verb = like; object = chicken)

She kissed the dog.
(subject = she; verb = kissed; object = the dog)

The monkey ate my hat.
(subject = the monkey; verb = ate; object = my hat)

Subject Pronouns

The subject pronouns are:

I
You
He
She
It
We
They
Some
Who
Whoever

Subject pronouns
a) tell us who is doing something
b) means we don’t have to always use names.

Object Pronouns

Object pronouns are different from subject pronouns.

The object pronouns are:

me (not ‘I’)
you (you)
him (he)
her (she)
it (it)
us (we)
them (they)
some (some)

Examples using subject pronouns and object pronouns

I like chicken.
He hates Bob.
They are fat.
Who ate my popcorn?

He hit me.
She ate them.
You like it.