What are Pronoun?
A pronoun is used in the place of a noun or phrase. Or Pronouns are words that substitute a noun or another pronoun. or A word which is used in place of noun is called a Pronoun. For Example – He, She, it, you, they etc.
Types of pronouns/ kinds of Pronoun
- Personal Pronoun – Pronoun that is associated with particular grammatical persons. Subject pronouns are used to replace the subject (person or thing) of a verb [I, you, he, she, it, we, they, Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them]
- Reflexive Pronouns – It point out that the action done by the subject turns back upon the subject. (Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves)
- Possessive Pronouns – (Mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs)
- Demonstrative Pronouns – This Pronoun points the object to which it refers. (This, that, those, these)
- Relative Pronouns – this pronoun refers to some noun which is its antecedent. (Who, which, that, whose)
- Distributive pronoun – This pronoun refers to persons or thing one at a time. [1- Neither of you will go. 2- Either of you can depart.]
- Object Pronouns – Object pronouns are used as grammatical objects in the sentence: the direct or indirect object of a verb or the object of a preposition. An object pronoun receives the action instead of doing the action itself. They are contrasted with subject/subjective pronouns.(Me, you, him, her, it, us, and them) are object pronouns.
Pronoun and its types with examples List
|Subject Pronouns||Objective Pronouns||Possessive Adjectives||Possessive Pronouns||Reflexive Pronouns|
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