Third Person Singular - Pronouns
A: What does your mom do?
B: She sells women’s clothing.
A: Oh, yeah. Where does he work?
B: She has a small shop in the mall.
A: Does she sell clothing for teens?
B: No, she only has stuff for adults.
C: What does your brother do?
F: He is a university student. He studies engineering.
C: Oh, does he live at home?
F: No, he lives near campus. He has a small apartment.
C: Does he come home much?
F: No, he doesn’t. He doesn’t have much free time.
E: Who takes care your daughter when you’re at work?
H: My mom watches her. She lives near my house.
E: Oh, that’s convenient.
H: Yeah. My daughter walks there after school.
E: That works out well for you.
H: It does. Plus my daughter loves staying with her grandma.
D: When does the movie start?
K: It starts in about ten minutes.
D: Cool! Who does it star, again?
K: It stars Brad Pitt. He plays a cop in the future.
D: Does it have good reviews?
K: It does. Everyone says it is a great movie.
Third Person Pronouns - Grammar Notes
- My dad is a doctor. He is smart.
- My mom is a police officer. She is brave.
- My house is old. It is cold in winter.
- Bob is my boss. He is really nice.
- Susan is my teacher. She has fun classes.
- This car is new. It was very expensive.
- This is Bob. You met him last year.
- Susan is my boss. I invited her to the party.
- This is my new watch. My friend got it for me.
- Joe is having a party. It is at his beach house.
- Beth is so nice. She let me use her car.
- I liked the new cafe, but its location is bad.