Subject Pronouns are the protagonists, or "star" of a sentence. They say who does the action of the verb.
1. All complete sentences need a specified subject. The subject can either be (1.) a subject pronoun, or (2.) a specific name.
2. You can use a third person subject pronoun (he, she, it, they) when it is already clear who you are talking about.
3. The pronoun "I" is always capitalized. The other pronouns are capitalized if they start a new sentence.
4. "It" is a neutral pronoun used to talk about (1.) ideas, (2.) non-living objects, or (3.) animals of an unknown gender.
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