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PRONOUN

PRONOUN is a word that replaces a noun is a sentence, Pronouns are used so that our language is not cumbersome with the same nouns being repeated over and over in a paragraph.

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

Possessive pronouns are in short exactly that: they are the pronouns that help us show possession in the English Language. Usually to show possession, we have two options that are grammatically correct. First we can use an apostrophe and an S .

INTENSIVE PRONOUNS

In English grammar, an intensive pronouns us a pronoun ending in-self or selves that serves to emphasize its antecedent.

PERSONAL PRONOUNS

Personal Pronouns can be the subject of a clause or sentence they are: I, He, She, It, They, we and you.

INDEFINITE PRONOUNS These pronouns do not point to any particular nouns. But refer to things or people in general. Some of them

These pronouns do not point to any particular nouns. But refer to things or people in general. Some of them are: Few , everyone, whomever, whichever and that .

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS There are five demonstrative pronouns. These, those, this, that and such. They focus attention on the nouns that are replacing.

There are five demonstrative pronouns. These, those, this, that and such. They focus attention on the nouns that are replacing.

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS These pronouns are used to begin a question: who, whom, which, what, whoever and whatever.

These pronouns are used to begin a question: who, whom, which, what, whoever and whatever.

REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS there is one more type of pronouns and that us the reflexive pronouns. These are the ones that end in “self or selves’. They are object pronouns that we use when the subject and the object are the same nouns.

there is one more type of pronouns and that us the reflexive pronouns. These are the ones that end in “self or selves’. They are object pronouns that we use when the subject and the object are the same nouns.

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