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PRONOUNS

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Edier Harold Monroy Mesa

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Transcript of PRONOUNS

PRONOUNS
PERSONAL PRONOUNS
The personal pronouns are I, YOU, HE, SHE, IT, WE, YOU and THEY. They replace nouns representing people. when most people think of pronouns, it is the personal pronouns that usually spring to mind.
Is a personal pronoun that is used typically as a grammatical object: the direct or indirect object of a verb, or the object of a preposition.
ME, YOU, HIM, HER, IT, US, YOU, THEM
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
Indicate possession, ownership or close relationship between the noun it represents and some other person or entity. As they are pronouns, they can stand on their own.
MINE, YOURS, HIS, HERS, OURS, YOURS, THEIRS

A reflexive pronoun refers back to another noun or pronoun in the sentence. The reflexive pronouns are: MYSELF, YOURSELF, HERSELF, HIMSELF, ITSELF, OURSELVES, YOURSELVES and THEMSELVES.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
A relative pronoun is used to link one phrase or clause to another word in the sentence. The relative pronouns are: , WHO, THAT, WICH, WHOSE, WHOM .


INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
An indefinite pronoun refers to a non-specific person or thing. It usually conveys the idea of all, any, none or some. The most common ones are: ANYONE, ANYBODY, ANYTHING, EVERYONE, EVERYBODY, EVERYTHING, NO ONE, NOBODY, NOTHING, SOMEONE, SOMEBODY and SOMETHING.
A reciprocal pronoun is used for an action or feeling that is reciprocated. The two most common reciprocal pronouns are "EACH OTHER" and "ONE ANOTHER".
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS
The main interrogative pronouns are: WHO, WHOM, WHOSE, WHICH and WHAT.

A pronoun is the part of speech that substitutes nouns or noun phrases and designates persons or things asked for, previously specified, or understood from the context
SHE doesn't have any children.
WE want to learn English soon
THEY have lived in Italy for two years
OBJECT PRONOUNS
He's giving THEM my book
Peter! look at HER
Can you show ME the city?
Can you lend me a pencil? I forgot MINE
Their country is bigger than OURS
That car belongs to my parents. It's THEIRS
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
Bring me a mirror. I want to look at MYSELF
Johny, you have to believe in YOURSELF
She burned HERSELF while cooking the pizza
The jewels WHICH she bought are from India
Do you know the person WHO sold me the car?
Who took the money THAT was in my wallet?
EVERYBODY is looking for something
She doesn't remember ANYTHING about the accident
SOMEBODY tripped and everyone started laughing
RECIPROCAL PRONOUNS
I know her and she knows me. We know EACH OTHER
We love ONE ANOTHER
The demonstrative pronouns are THIS, THAT, THESE, and THOSE. They are used to demonstrate or point out specific things.
This and that refer to singular nouns; whereas, these and those refer to plural nouns.
THIS is not my handbag, THAT's mine.
THESE are my new cds and THOSE are your watches.
WHICH will the doctor see first?
There's one car missing. WHOSE hasn't arrived?
WHAT do you want to drink?
Thank You!!!
By:
Yenifer Morales
Yuliana Betancur
Edier Monroy
PRINCIPAL PRONOUNS TABLE
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