Pronouns

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Pronouns

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PRONOUN

TAKES THE PLACE OF A NOUN/PRONOUN

Pronoun KindsPersonal: takes the place of a "person"Intensive: immediately emphasizesReflexive: emphasizes later in sentenceDemonstrative: points out, showsRelative: refers back, describesInterrogative: asks a questionIndefinite: shows no gender

possessive or contraction

Does your subject agree with your verb? Or are they dueling for sentence supremecy?

Pronouns must agree in case (job) and number (sing/pl)

antecedent

the noun a pronoun replaces

3rd person: he, she, it, they

2nd person: you, your, you all

1st person: I, me, us, we

Demonstrative:this, that, these, those

Intensive: The girl herself danced.

Relative:who... , which... , what... ,

InterrogativeWho? Which? What?

Reflexive: The girl danced herself.

Indefinite:anyone, everybody,all, some, each

PRONOUN JOBSsubject: who does it?predicate "noun": renames?direct object: what moves?indirect object: to or for?object of prep.: where?

their, they're, or there & other spelling fun!


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