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PronouN

Lesson 3:

PronouN

A word that can take palace of a noun phrase and used for avoid repetition of same latter.

Types of Pronoun

1-Indefinite pronouns – those referring to one or more unspecified objects, beings, or places
example: everybody, nobody, several & each e.t.c.

2-Personal pronouns those words used in place of nouns referring to persons.
example: I, we, you, he, she e.t.c.

3-Reflexive pronouns – those words used as a form of personal pronoun for emphasis.
example: myself, themselves & yourself e.t.c.

4-Demonstrative pronouns – those word used to point to something specific within a sentence.
example: this, that, those & these e.t.c.

5-Distributive pronouns – those designating possession or ownership.
example: either, neither, each & every e.t.c.

6-Relative pronouns those which refer to nouns mentioned previously, acting to introduce an adjective (relative) clause.
example: which, that, whom & whose e.t.c.

7-Interrogative pronouns those used for nouns to ask question.
example:which?, who?, whom? & whose? e.t.c.

8-Reciprocal pronouns – those expressing mutual actions or relationship.
example: one another, each other e.t.c.

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Keep in minD:

-Either, neither & each other are used in speaking of two person or things.
-Anyone, none, one another are used while referring to more than two persons or things.
-The pronouns who, that, and which become singular or plural depending on the subject.
-Pronouns that are singular require singular verbs.
-Reflexive pronouns are used when both the subject and the object of a verb are the same person or thing.
-we don't use noun after possessive case of noun.
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