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Nouns and Pronouns


Jaime Smith

on 8 July 2009

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Transcript of Nouns and Pronouns

Nouns and Pronouns
A noun is...
A person
A place
A thing
Or an idea
Pronoun means "for the noun."
A pronoun takes the place of a noun.
Nouns can be:
Singular or plural
Common or proper
singular: a cat
plural: many cats
common: a cat
proper: Garfield
Remember: a proper noun NAMES a specific person, place, thing or idea, so use a capital letter!
Garfield ~ Hello Kitty ~ Paris

There are many kinds of pronouns!
Subject pronouns:
I you he she it we you they
Object pronouns:
me you him her it us you them
Demonstrative pronouns:
this that these those
Possessive pronouns:
mine yours his hers its ours theirs
(Don't confuse these with possessive adjectives!)
Interrogative pronouns:
who whose whom which what
Don't worry too much about all of these pronouns now. You'll learn more about them later.
Can you think of some nouns and pronouns that can stand in for them?
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