Ending sentence with pronoun

The pronoun is a little word that replaces a noun or noun phrase. The most common pronouns are the personal pronouns I, you, he, she, it and we.

  1. It is good having friends like you.
  2. I’m sorry, I don’t know what you mean.
  3. I don’t know what you mean.
  4. You should study harder than before.
  5. I’ve never seen them so happy before.
  6. I’ll see you tomorrow. See you then!
  7. Did you hear the news? The plane crashed into the ocean, killing everyone on board!
  8. What did he say? He wants me to come back home right away because there’s an emergency at work!
  9. I think this is the best one.
  10. We’re going to need to make some changes.
  11. We can’t do that.
  12. It’s not a problem for me, but I don’t know about you.
  13. I don’t think it’s a good idea.
  14. That’s what we want to do, right?
  15. The last thing he said was, “Don’t worry about it.”
  16. The only thing I can do is try to help you.
  17. I think it’s time we went home.
  18. I’ll be there if you need me.
  19. What do you think about this?
  20. The dog was named Rover.
  21. Do you remember the time when we went to the beach?
  22. What do you think about this?
  23. I know that I am right.
  24. You should never go out in bad weather like that.
  25. I ended up with a dog instead of a cat.
  26. We’ve given it all away.
  27. I don’t think I can do this anymore.
  28. I’d like to see it.
  29. It’s time for me to go home now.
  30. This is the only way forward for you right now, so just get on with it!
  31. My mother was a very nice woman. She always had time for me.
  32. The boy who won the race is my son. I am so proud of him.
  33. The girl who wrote this is my daughter. I am so proud of her.
  34. She is a wonderful woman.
  35. He was a brave man.
  36. The dogs were tired after their walk.
  37. We had a great time at the party.
  38. I am eight years old.
  39. My mother is a doctor.
  40. Your brother is smart, but mine is more intelligent than yours.
  41. You need to find out what you want to do with your life before you get married.
  42. I am going to call my mom and tell her I’m sorry for not calling her earlier.
  43. When did you come in?
  44. We took the bus, but you drove your car.
  45. She told me not to worry about it.
  46. They found the culprit, but they didn’t arrest him.
  47. I need a vacation; I’m going to Hawaii next week!
  48. I wonder if you could help me with my homework.
  49. I wonder if you could help me with my homework?
  50. What did you say?
  51. What did you say? I didn’t hear you.
  52. Sorry, what was your name again?
  53. Sorry, what was your name again? To be honest, I didn’t catch it the first time either!
  54. ’m just a volunteer.
  55. She has a lot of questions.
  56. We’re here to help you.
  57. He is my best friend.
  58. It’s raining outside.
  59. The sun is shining brightly today.
  60. There are many different pronouns.
  61. I would like to discuss the pronoun “it.”
  62. She is an excellent writer and always uses the pronoun “she” in her writing.
  63. In this essay, I will discuss the pronoun “I,” its origins, and its importance in modern English grammar.
  64. I love my dog but he doesn’t listen to me when I tell him not to eat chocolate!
  65. She took the time to introduce herself.
  66. He is the one who will drive us there.
  67. I found the book you were looking for.
  68. I am happy to meet you.
  69. He hates me.
  70. She loves him.
  71. You will regret it if you don’t come with us.
  72. You must do it yourself.
  73. He himself wants to go there with you tonight, but his wife won’t let him leave the house alone with a girl like you!
  74. I am going to show you the best way to get rid of acne.
  75. You should always be honest with people.
  76. It is time for us to go home.
  77. We have a lot of fun together.
  78. It’s your turn now!
  79. She gave me her new phone number.
  80. I have some free time.
  81. You have some free time.
  82. You can do it!
  83. It’s good that you said that.
  84. It’s good that you’re here.
  85. It’s good that we’re friends.
  86. It’s good that I’m not hungry right now.
  87. We were all very pleased with the results.
  88. You have made a difference.
  89. The result was that we won.
  90. It is my belief that he will do well.
  91. The main reason is that he is a good person.
  92. My brother and I are very close.
  93. He agreed with his brother that it was time for him to get married.
  94. John said that he wanted to go to college and get a degree in business administration.
  95. Somebody is coming to pick me up.
  96. He has something to do with it.
  97. I am going to tell you all about it.
  98. I have got a lot of homework this weekend.
  99. He said he was going to run.
  100. I told you not to call me at work.
  101. You should always use your turn signal when changing lanes, or else people might think you are drunk and try to kill you in a car accident!
  102. She is the woman who taught me how to drive on the left side of the road!
  103. I thought about what he said and then I decided to go ahead with it.
  104. I was thinking about what I should do, so I waited until tomorrow to decide.
  105. We’re going to decide whether we should go or not.
  106. You are a blessing to me.
  107. I am proud of you.
  108. I am sorry for what I have done to you.
  109. I hope you forgive me someday.

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