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Transcript of Pronouns

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Are words used in place of one or more nouns

Reflexive Pronouns
Are formed by adding -self or -selves to certain personal pronouns
Interrogative Pronouns
are used to ask questions
Demonstrative Pronouns
Are used to point out a specific person or thing.
Indefinite Pronouns
often do not refer to a specific or definite person or thing. They usually do not have a definite or specific antecedent
Pronoun / Antecedent Agreement
The word that a pronoun refers to or replaces is called its antecedent and it must agree in gender or number with the word that it is replacing.
Refer to people and things
Personal Pronouns
myself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves, yourself, and yourselves
which, who, whom and whose
this, that, these and those
all, each, more, one, another, either, most, other, any, everybody, much, several, anybody, everyone, neither, some, anyone, everything, nobody, somebody, anything, few, none, someone, both, many, no one
Sandy really likes her doll.
Her is referring to Sandy
Matthew likes to ride his bike.
His is referring to Matthew
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