pron.) The objective case of he.
the male human being or animal that is being talked about
I like him.
I saw him jump.
We made him cry.
We call him Mike.
Did you know him?
They made fun of him.
I caught him by the arm.
We elected him chairman.
I am to meet him at ten.
I accused him of cheating.
I thought him very honest.
I told him not to be late.
She married him last year.
She lost to him in tennis.
After telling him goodbye the conversation abruptly ends.
I found listening to him very interesting.
For goodness’ sake, please be nice to him.
You shouldn’t say such rude things to him.
She has been married to him for two years.
I look to him for direction in everything.
I spoke to him about it over the telephone.
I take my hat off to him for his hard work.
It was good if the lie wasn’t added to him.
If you leave it to him, it’ll be all right.
She said goodbye to him and left the house.
It would be better for you to speak to him.
A police officer spoke to him over the phone and asked him to come down.
Mohamud and those close to him have repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.
The New York Times posed three questions to him before the discussion
He seemed really nervous when I spoke to him. He had a tremble in his voice and his hands were shaking.
We looked to him in good times and we looked to him in the bad times, too.”
Johnson received a warning that his actions could lead to him being arrested.
I warned him not to smoke.
She cocked an eye at him.
I mailed a parcel to him.
I slapped him in the face.
The story shook him badly.
Hunger urged him to steal.
I imagined him a tall man.
I believe him an American.