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Darci, Sean, Taylor

darci ott

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Pronouns

Pronouns a pronoun is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns. The ice cream cone was in the sun’s hot, steamy rays and it melted. Lindsay went and got her dessert, because she was still hungry after dinner. An antecedent is the noun a pronoun refers to. A possessive pronoun is a pronoun in the possessive case. It shows who or what has something. 1. Taylor went to the hospital for a fractured ankle because she jumped off a diving board into the shallow water. Justin was crying at the festival in the dunk tank and felt like he was going to get hypothermia because the water was too cold. Examples: 1. His baseball flew through your window. 2.Pieces of your window are all over my car. 3.After playing football we jumped on our quarterback. 4. Sean and Ben will go to the park after they do their homework. 3.Mike’s dog ran away while he was at the training park. 4.Kayla went to college to get her masters of teaching for six grade. 5.Nick was so happy because he went to Dorney Park and faced all his fears. Ronaldo was eating his pie, and it tasted moldy. The father put his soda in the refrigerator. 5.Stephen went to his locker to get his lunch money. Lisa and Mary went to the park and they saw their friend there. Plural and Singular pronouns Plural Taylor Singular Darci Sean
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