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Pronouns!!!!

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Devaki C

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Transcript of Pronouns!!!!

By: D.C and S.G
(We are mysterious) Welcome back to.........
PRONOUN WORLD What are pronouns? (and basic facts) Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.
The word the pronoun refers to is its antecedent.
He, she, they, we, our, them, and I are very common pronouns
The pronouns must agree.
Ex. Beth had a hot dog.
She had a hot dog. Are there different types of pronouns?

The answer is.......... yes! We'll Start With...
Personal Pronouns! Object Pronouns An object pronoun functions as the object of a sentence.
Either the object of the preposition, direct object, or indirect object.
Can be any pronoun as long as it agrees.
Ex: The people watched him skateboard. Subject Pronouns Subject pronouns are either the subject or predicate noun of the sentence.
Can be any pronoun as long as it agrees.
Ex.: She is the winner.
The winner is she. Possessive Pronouns Possessive pronouns shows ownership. In other words.......
This info is YOURS! ( do you get it? That was the example)
Singular: My, mine, yours, his, hers
Plural: Ours, theirs, yours Personal pronouns have to relate to the subject.
They have to agree with gender.
There are both singular and plural personal pronouns.
Singular: I, you, he, she, it, mine, yours,
Plural: we, you, they, us, them, ours.
Ex. Jeff lost his bike. THANKS FOR WATCHING
(Yes, I'm a talking seagull)
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