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Pronouns

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Chrissy Roach

on 6 June 2014

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Transcript of Pronouns


Abe Lincoln is
the proper,
concrete noun.
To replace his
name, the
pronouns "he
him, and his"
can be used.
A pronoun, in general,
is a word used in place
of a noun.


Examples:
I, we, me, myself, us,
you, he, she, it, they,
yours, his, theirs
Pronouns
Type #1:
Personal Pronouns
Personal pronouns take the
place of a specific person (or
thing) in a sentence.

Examples:
1. Emma would not like to live
in Rochester because
she

doesn't care for snow.
2. Tom wishes he could use
the key to open the door, but
he lost
it
.
Type #2:
Possessive Pronouns
A possessive pronoun shows
possession or ownership.

Examples:
I helped paint
my
bedroom.
Its
walls look much better.
In fact, it's better than
her
bedroom!
Antecedents
An
antecedent
is a noun
that the pronoun refers
to or replaces. Most
pronouns have
antecedents.

Example:
Emma
would not like to live
in Rochester because
she

doesn't care for snow.
Another Part of Speech
Pronouns
Determining Point of View:
First and Third Person Pronouns
A
first person pronoun
is used in place
of the name of the speaker or
speakers.
I
went shopping.
We
bought a new car.

A
third person pronoun
is used to name
the person or thing spoken about.
They
will perform a song at the show.
Becky says that
she
knows
them
.
What is a
pronoun, and
why do we
need them
in writing?

Supplies:
1. Notebook
2. Pen/Pencil
3. Highlighter

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Pronouns
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