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English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)
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English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)

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English language learners: This is a 15-slide presentation to help you recognize and use pronouns properly, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – May, …

English language learners: This is a 15-slide presentation to help you recognize and use pronouns properly, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – May, 2013)

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  • 1. Images: courtesy of Clip ArtPhoto: courtesy of RZPPronounsReplace NounsTopic: Parts of Speech (Pronouns)Audience: English language learnersPublished by: G&R Languages – May, 2013You!Me?He SheManGirl
  • 2. What are pronouns?Words used to replace nounsPlace ItPerson He, SheThings TheyFeelings They
  • 3. The main pronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
  • 4. Subjective pronounsSingular PluralI WeYou YouHe, She, It They
  • 5. Subjective pronounsSingular PluralI am a student We are studyingYou are a teacher You are teachingHe is a driverShe is a nurse They are busyIt is running
  • 6. Objective pronounsSingular PluralMe UsYou YouHim, Her, It Them
  • 7. Objective pronounsSingular PluralGive me the book Take us homeSee you later Talk to you soonTell him to studyShow her the photo Send them a letterLet it rest
  • 8. Possessive adjectivesSingular PluralMy OurYour YourHis, Her, Its Their
  • 9. Possessive adjectivesSingular PluralMy shoe is red Our teacher is tallYour toe is big Your desk is brownHis car is blueHer ring is pretty Their house is newIts tail is brown
  • 10. Possessive pronounsSingular PluralMine OursYours YoursHis, Hers, Its Theirs
  • 11. Possessive pronounsSingular PluralThis pen is mine This key is oursThat cup is yours That book is yoursThe glasses are hisThis pen is hers These balls are theirsThe bones are its
  • 12. Reflexive pronounsSingular PluralMyself OurselvesYourself YourselvesHimselfHerself ThemselvesItself
  • 13. Reflexive pronounsSingular PluralI live by myself We live by ourselvesLet yourself in! Give yourselves credit!He cut himselfShe hurt herself They cook for themselvesIt cleans itself
  • 14. PronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
  • 15. Images:courtesy of Clip ArtPhoto: courtesy of RZPPronounsPRONOUNSTopic: Parts of Speech (Nouns)Audience: English language learnersPublished by: G&R Languages – May, 2013Thankyou!

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