Pronoun

A pronoun is a word of form that substitutes for a noun or a noun phrase. Most pronouns have an antecedent, or a noun that has already been specified previously, through some have no antecedent. These word takes away the monotony of repeating the nouns over and over again.

Examples: He, She, It, They, Them, You, I, We

  • They want to join the Volleyball team.
  • We will attend the English class tomorrow.

KINDS OF PRONOUN

Personal pronouns are replace persons or things. It also denotes a specific person entity in a sentence. This type of pronoun speaks in three different persons:

First Person

CaseSingularPlural
NominativeIwe
Possessivemy, mineour
Objectivemeus

Second Person

Nominativeyouyou
Possessiveyour, yoursyour, yours
Objectiveyouyou

Third Person

Nominativehe, she, itthey
Possessivehis, her, hers, itstheir, theirs
Objectivehim, her, itthem

Interrogative Pronoun introduce questions. They refer to nouns in the form of a question.

Examples: who, whom, whose, what, which

Relative Pronouns – who, which, what, and that – relate groups of words to nouns or other pronouns. Relative pronouns function as conjunctions by joining to its antecedent the subordinate clause of which it is a part.

  • Kiko, who was always early in school, has gone on vacation
  • The student that will top the exam will be our school representative.

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