Images: courtesy of Clip ArtPhoto: courtesy of RZPPronounsReplace NounsTopic: Parts of Speech (Pronouns)Audience: English ...
What are pronouns?Words used to replace nounsPlace ItPerson He, SheThings TheyFeelings They
The main pronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
Subjective pronounsSingular PluralI WeYou YouHe, She, It They
Subjective pronounsSingular PluralI am a student We are studyingYou are a teacher You are teachingHe is a driverShe is a n...
Objective pronounsSingular PluralMe UsYou YouHim, Her, It Them
Objective pronounsSingular PluralGive me the book Take us homeSee you later Talk to you soonTell him to studyShow her the ...
Possessive adjectivesSingular PluralMy OurYour YourHis, Her, Its Their
Possessive adjectivesSingular PluralMy shoe is red Our teacher is tallYour toe is big Your desk is brownHis car is blueHer...
Possessive pronounsSingular PluralMine OursYours YoursHis, Hers, Its Theirs
Possessive pronounsSingular PluralThis pen is mine This key is oursThat cup is yours That book is yoursThe glasses are his...
Reflexive pronounsSingular PluralMyself OurselvesYourself YourselvesHimselfHerself ThemselvesItself
Reflexive pronounsSingular PluralI live by myself We live by ourselvesLet yourself in! Give yourselves credit!He cut himse...
PronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
Images:courtesy of Clip ArtPhoto: courtesy of RZPPronounsPRONOUNSTopic: Parts of Speech (Nouns)Audience: English language ...
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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, 2013)

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English Grammar: Parts of speech (pronouns)

  1. 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. 2. What are pronouns?Words used to replace nounsPlace ItPerson He, SheThings TheyFeelings They
  3. 3. The main pronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
  4. 4. Subjective pronounsSingular PluralI WeYou YouHe, She, It They
  5. 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. 6. Objective pronounsSingular PluralMe UsYou YouHim, Her, It Them
  7. 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. 8. Possessive adjectivesSingular PluralMy OurYour YourHis, Her, Its Their
  9. 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. 10. Possessive pronounsSingular PluralMine OursYours YoursHis, Hers, Its Theirs
  11. 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. 12. Reflexive pronounsSingular PluralMyself OurselvesYourself YourselvesHimselfHerself ThemselvesItself
  13. 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. 14. PronounsSubjectiveObjectivePossessive (adjective/pronoun)Reflexive
  15. 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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