In the section you will learn about:
- Personal Pronouns
- Subject vs. Object Pronouns
- Possessive Pronouns
- Indefinite Pronouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Intensive Pronouns
- Interrogative Pronouns
- Reflexive Pronouns
Personal Pronouns - refer to people or objects (he, she, they, it, etc.). They replace names of people or groups of people.
PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECT & OBJECT
Subject Pronouns act as the subject of a sentence or clause
Object Pronouns act as the direct or indirect object of a sentence of clause.
Possessive Pronouns show ownership (mine, his, hers, etc.).
POSSESSIVE PRONOUN EXAMPLES
Indefinite Pronouns refer to an undefined person, amount or thing (anyone, some, everything).
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS IN USE
Relative Pronouns connect a noun or pronoun with a descriptive clause or phrase. (who, that, which, etc.).
Reflexive Pronouns are used when the object of the sentence refers back to the subject of the sentence (myself, themselves, itself, etc.).
Intensive Pronouns intensify the meaning of the noun that come before them.
Interrogative Pronouns are used to ask questions.