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Pronouns

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Sarah Idrissi

on 4 October 2014

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Transcript of Pronouns

Table of content
Relative pronouns, Tom
Relative pronouns which/ that, Wessel
Object pronouns, Sarah
Indefinite pronouns and adverbs, Stan
Relative Pronouns
Relative Pronouns:
which/ that
Which or That? Both!


Examples:

Object Pronouns

To tell about a specific person
Example: Him,Her,Them,Me etc
Comes after a verb or prepostition
Indefinite Pronouns and Adverbs
Pronouns
Thank you for listening
When we talk not specific about something
Pronouns and Adverbs
We use either who or that to refer to people:
He's the one who's wearing the blue jacket.
The man that's standing next to him.

That: 'The painting that was hanging in the room was stolen.'

Which: 'The painting, which was hanging in the room, was stolen.'


Negative form
One/Body
Singular
Example scentences
1. I know my neighbour, so
she
knows
me
.
2. She's younger than
me
, so Im older than
her
.
3. I played hide and seek but I couldn't find
them
.
4. He was annoying
me
, so I payed
him
back.
5. She bullied
him
, so he fought against
her
.
I haven't touched anything
No one is going to the party
In most sentences you can use them both
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