A personal pronoun
She; prime minister
She; Margaret Thatcher
The cat tried to clean it's whiskers after it ate the caramel.
Franny and they will meet us at the bus stop.
The person singing on this tape is I.
Please tell the woman its too late to enter the contest.
Hector and her are running for class president.
Me and Charlie don't want to get involved in their argument.
The finished project stood before we.
Should my brother and I help with the lawn clean-up?
Their horse has a lame foot.
She is the student council representative.
Shall we get something to eat?
He ran a marathon.
I am afraid there is nothing I can do about it.
My parents were married in 1970.
We will have to do your share of the work if you don't do it.
Peering around the corner, she saw nobody.
Rick and Wayne built the model themselves.
Who sent Andrea the birthday card?
She saw her reflection in the mirror.
Which of the coats is Elizabeth's?
Sean himself began the community project with only public donations.
That blue car is mine.
I called her last night.
Janet ate a piece of my cake.
They bought themselves a new car.
What is your favorite color?
Joyce bought her friend an ice cream cone.
Please join my club.