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Pronouns

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Bailey Ellison

on 8 October 2013

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Pronouns
Intensive Pronouns:
add emphasis to the subject of the sentence
Personal:
They take place of common and proper noun

Interrogative:
Used to ask questions

Singular Pronouns:
Refers to one subject
Reflexive plural:
Ex:
ourselves
yourselves
themselves
Possessive plural:
Examples:
our
their
your
ours
yours
theirs
Pronouns can be broken up into Singular & Plural, only two types can't: Relative & Interrogative
Hailey Hughes and Bailey Ellison
Plural Pronouns: Refers to multiple subjects
Reflexive Singular Examples:
Myself
yourself
herself
himself
itself
demonstrative:
represent one or multiple things.
Indefinite:
Refers to something unspecified
Possessive: used to show ownership

Relative:
Relate to subordinate adjective clauses to the rest of the sentence
Bibliography:
grammer-monster.org
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/list-of-pronouns.html
http://www.grammarly.com/handbook/grammar/pronouns/7/intensive-pronouns/
Reflexive:
End in Self
Types of Pronouns:
1. Personal Pronouns
2. Relative Pronouns
3. Demonstrative Pronouns
4. Indefinite Pronouns
5. Reflexive Pronouns
6. Interrogative Pronouns
7. Possessive Pronouns
8. Subject and Object Pronouns
9. Intensive Pronouns
Personal pronouns, Singular:
I
you
she
her
he
him
it
Ex: the girl has purple hair.
Personal Pronouns, Plural:

we
us
you
they
them
Ex: They saw seven piccolos.
No Singular/ Plural
Ex:
that
which
who
whom
whose
whoever
whomever
whichever
Example sentence:
Which one did the crime?
Example Sentence:
Marty peed on himself while farting.
Example Sentence:
Behave yourselves.
Singular examples:
this
that
Example sentence:
This girl is on fire.
Demonstrative plural:
Ex:
this
these
Example sentence:
These pens are fantastic.
Indefinite Singular:
Examples:
anybody
anyone
anything
each
either
everyone
everybody
everything
No one
nothing
neither
nobody
one
Someone
something
somebody
Example sentence:
Can anybody show me where everyone lives?
Indefinite plural:
Examples:
both
few
many
several
all
any
Example sentence:
Both of them thought they were actually ice cream.
Interrogative:
Think interrogations
Examples:
Who/Whom
What
When
Where
Why
How
Which
Whose
Example Sentence:
Who let the
dogs out?
Possessive singular:
Examples:
my
your
his
her
its
mine
yours
his
hers

Example sentence:
Your goldfish is purple.
What are pronouns??
Pronouns are words that take place of one or more nouns.
Example Sentence:
Our country is the land of the fee.
Subject & Object pronouns:
Used to replace the object or subject in a sentence
Singular:
Examples:
I
you
he
she
it
me
you
her
him
Example Sentence:
If a student wants a zebra, he or she must eat a worm.
Subject and object plural:
Examples:
we
you
they
us
them
Example Sentence:
The protesters need to realize, they are blocking people from getting to the Oreo factory.

Examples:
these
those
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