Nouns and Pronouns PDF Notes, Documents and Exercises with Answers

Types of pronouns;

Subject Pronouns

In the sentence, they are used in the subject position at the beginning of the verb, such as; I, you, he, she, it, we, you.

Object Pronouns

In the sentence, they are used in the object position after the verb. Me, you, her, him, it, us, you, them are object pronouns.  Pronouns objects are used as direct or indirect objects.

Possessive Pronouns

These structures are expressions of ownership, they are used instead of the nouns.  That’s why they won’t get another noun after them.  This should be noted.  Mine, yours, his, hers, yours, are possessive pronouns.

Demonstrative Pronouns

There are four demonstrative pronouns;  These are the following.  This and that are used in singular, these and those are used in plural expressions.  These and this for things near us, and those and that for things far away us.

Reflexive Pronouns

These expressions state that the subject and the object are the same person. ‘Self’ is used for singles and ‘selves’ is used for plural persons.

Indefinite Pronouns

Pronouns which are not known which nouns are used are called indefinite pronouns.  Anybody, everybody, nobody, anyone, anyone, anyone, no one, someone, anything, nothing, something indefinite pronouns.

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