display incorrect answers
Replace the subject pronouns with the correct object pronouns.
- The last piece of chocolate is for (you) .you → you
- These maths exercises are too difficult for (I) .I → me
- We are moving tomorrow. Can you help (we) ?we→ us
- Sally’s favourite book is “Treasure Island.” Can you read it to (she) ?she → her
- Today, Jim saw two elderly ladies struggling with their heavy shopping bags. So he went to help (they) .they → them