An implied subject pronoun is a pronoun that is not used in the sentence but is understood by the speaker and the listener (reader). Implied pronouns are acceptable when used in imperative sentences.


"Stop!" (You stop.)

"Look! (You look.)

"Be careful." (You be careful.)

"Put the milk away. (You put the milk away.)

Implied pronouns can also be relative pronouns. Examples:

"This is the kind I like." (This is the kind that I like.)

"This is the place I bought my car." (This is the place where I bought my car.)

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