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.

Examples:

"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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