Pronoun (kata ganti)

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Pronoun (kata ganti)

  1. 1. Name : Ahmad aroni Npm:1188203001
  2. 2. WHAT IS PRONOUN?   .
  3. 3. Subjective personal pronouns A subjective personal pronoun indicates that the pronoun is acting as the subject of the sentence. Personal pronoun Like : “I,” “YOU,” “SHE,” “HE,” “IT,” “WE,” “YOU,” “THEY.” FOR EXAMPLE: I was glad to find the bus pass in the bottom of the green knapsack.
  4. 4. Objective personal pronouns  An objective pronoun indicates that the pronoun is acting as an object of a verb compound verb preposition.  Objective personal pronoun use sentence :“me,” “you,” “her” him” “it,” “us,” “you,” and “them”.
  5. 5. Possessive personal pronouns  A possessive pronoun indicates that the pronoun is acting a marker of possessive and defines who owns a particular object or person.  Possessive personal pronoun sentence Like : “mine” “your” “hers” “his” “its” “ours” and “theirs.”
  6. 6. Demonstrative pronouns  Demonstrative pronoun are “this,” “that,” “these,” and “those”. “This” and “that,” are used to refer to singular nouns or noun pehrase, “these” and “those” are used to refer to plural nouns and phrase.  For example: Here “this” is used as the subject of the compound verb “must not continue”.
  7. 7. Interrogative pronouns  An pronoun is used to Ask interrogative questions.  The interrogative pronoun are “who”, “whom”, “which”, “what” and the compounds formed whit the suffix “ever”, (“whoever”, “whomever”, “whichever ”, and “whatever”)  In this sentence, “whom” is the object of the verb “invite”  Example sentence: whom do you think we should invite.
  8. 8. Relative pronouns  Here you are can use the relative pronouns “who” and “whomever”  For example: You may invite Whomever you like to the party.
  9. 9. Reflexive pronouns  You are can use a reflexive pronoun to refer back to the subject of the clause or sentence.  Reflexive pronoun used “myself,” “yourself,” “herself,” “himself,” “itself,” “ourselves,” “yourselves,” and “themselves.”  Example sentence: I myself believe that aliens should abduct my sister.

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