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Pronouns replace nouns
Pronouns come in many different varieties.
P E R S O N A L P R O N O U N S
singularplural 1 st person Personal pronouns (also known as subject pronouns) are used as the subject of the sentence I you he, she, itthey you we 2 nd person 3 rd person
singularplural Personal pronouns (also known as objective pronouns) are used as the object of the sentence me you him, her, itthem you us 2 nd person 3 rd person
singularplural Possessive pronouns are used to show ownership or relationship my, mine your, yours his, her, hers, its their, theirs your, yours our, ours 2 nd person 3 rd person
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS 1 st personmyself, ourselves 2 nd personyourself, yourselves 3 rd personhimself, herself, itself, themselves
Mercedes designed the costume herself.
Rover tried everything he could think of to free himself.
Demonstrative pronouns point out a particular person, place, thing, or idea
! Example: This is my dog Renny. Example: That is my dog Guinness.
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS These pronouns are used to introduce questions.
Who? What? Whom? Which? Whose?
These pronouns replace nouns that are not specifically named.
SINGULAR INDEFINITE PRONOUNS another anybody anyone anything either everybody everyone everything neither nobody no one nothing somebody someone something each much one
PLURAL INDEFINITE PRONOUNS both few many several
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS SINGULAR OR PLURAL all any most none some
All the king’s horses...
Relative pronouns introduce a subordinate (dependent) clause. that which who whom whose
The red Ferrari is the one that I want.
What is an antecedent, and what does it have to do with pronouns?
An antecedent is the noun that the pronoun replaces.
Junior took his dog to the pet store and bought her a treat. He bought it because he loves her.
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PRONOUNS handy, dandy, friends… Our handy, dandy, friends… They give us short cuts!
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A WORD USED IN PLACE OF A NOUN OR ANOTHER PRONOUN
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