Personal pronouns - subject / object

Personal pronouns stand in the place of nouns, and are normally used to refer back to someone or something that has already been mentioned. For examples of this grammatical item in use, have a look at leesteksten 1

Alan studeert in Rotterdam. Hij komt uit Engeland.
Alan studies in Rotterdam. He is from England.

Ik woon met twee andere studenten. Ik vind ze heel aardig.
I live with two other students. I like them a lot.

If you want to know more about personal pronouns, please follow this link to the Lagelands Beginners’ Grammar website. Exercises on the personal pronouns can also be found on this page.