Frederick spilled a jar of mayonnaise on my mother and father.
He spilled it on them.
He and she came to my house yesterday.
They came to my house yesterday.
(Takes the place of “he” and “she”)
You bought all the applesauce in the whole store.
Reggie threw me a bag of nachos.
Indirect object of the verb “threw”
Vinny and Lucy invited us to the play!
Direct object of the verb “invited”
Izzy did their homework for them.
Object of the preposition “for”
The piano was so out of tune that Jake begged Doctor Noize not to play it.
Object of the infinitive phrase “to play”
The computer is ours.
Sometimes Patricia likes to take things that are mine not hers.
What is your name?
Who is your favorite actor?
This is Pete’s science project.
Those are my shoes.
Everyone in this room loves to play Jenga.
Is anybody here?
Pancakes are the best. Please give me another!
You yourself are the biggest goofball in the world.
Yes, I baked all those cookies myself.
Roger looked at himself in the mirror.
We sang ourselves a song this morning.
My mother, who is a biologist, loves to scuba dive.
Gerladine prefers chocolate that tastes like raspberries.