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8th Grade Pronoun Notes

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Audrey Cassity

on 12 January 2016

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Transcript of 8th Grade Pronoun Notes

Pronouns
Listen for the pronouns!
A pronoun is used
in place of one or more nouns or
pronouns.
Pronoun
Examples
Braden left LaShanna alone, so as to give
her
more time.

Charity and Abby promised
they
would come to
the party.

Everyone
should get
himself
or
herself
a plate and a fork.
Refresh
Example 1
Emily
and
(I, me) study.
Step 1:
I study
.
Me study
.
Step 2: “
I study
” is correct
in the check.
Answer:
Emily and
I
study.
Answer:
Emily and
I study.
Example 2
Taylor is going with Kristin
and
(I, me).
Step 1: Taylor is going with I.
Taylor is going with me.
Step 2: “With me” is correct.
Answer:
Taylor is going with Kristin and me.
He
and
(she, her) sold tickets.
Step 1:
She sold.

Her sold.
Step 2: “She sold” is correct.




Answer:
He and she sold tickets.
My dad
and
(I, me) are going fishing.
Step 1:
I am going.

Me am going.
Step 2: “I am going” is correct.
Answer:
My dad and I are going fishing.
Example 4
Practice
Slang
Use “self”
only
when the antecedent
is referring back to the person named.

Gordon wanted to buy
himself
a new truck.
(Gordon buys it for Gordon)
Morgan and
myself
want to go to the lake.
(Separate the pronouns joined by AND.
Myself
want to go to the lake? OR I want to go to the lake?)
"
Finish
" the sentence to
tell which pronoun is correct.
Tabatha left earlier than he
(left)
.

Cody can run faster than I
(can run)
.
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