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    • Pronouns He They Themselves What This Me Mine Yours Him I Those
    • Pronouns replace nouns
    • Pronouns come in many different varieties.
    • PERSONAL PRONOUNS
    • singular plural 1 st person Personal nominative pronouns (also known as subject pronouns)--used as the subject of the sentence or the predicate pronoun also known as subjective case I you he, she, it they you we 2 nd person 3 rd person
    • singular plural 1 st person Personal objective pronouns--used as direct objects, indirect objects, or objects of prepositions me you him, her, it them you us 2 nd person 3 rd person
    • singular plural 1 st person Possessive pronouns—used to show ownership or relationship my, mine your, yours his, her, hers, its their, theirs your, yours our, ours 2 nd person 3 rd person
    • REFLEXIVE / INTENSIVE 1 st person myself, ourselves 2 nd person yourself, yourselves 3 rd person himself, herself, itself, themselves Hisself and theirselves are incorrect and should NEVER be used!
    • Since they have the same form . . . When are they reflexive? When are they intensive? Omit the pronoun. If the meaning of the sentence stays the same, the pronoun is intensive.
    • Mercedes designed the costume herself. intensive
    • Rover tried everything he could think of to free himself. reflexive
    • demonstrative pronouns—point out a particular person, place, thing, or idea that this these those
    • ! Example: This is my dog Penny. Example: That is my dog Guinness.
    • INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS These pronouns are used to introduce questions.
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    • Who? What? Whom? Which? Whose?
    • indefinite pronouns
    • These pronouns replace nouns that are not specifically named.
    • SINGULAR INDEFINITE PRONOUNS another anybody anyone anything either everybody everyone everything neither nobody no one nothing somebody someone something each much one
    • PLURAL INDEFINITE PRONOUNS both few many several
    • INDEFINITE PRONOUNS SINGULAR OR PLURAL all any most none some
    • All the king’s horses . . .
    • RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    • A relative pronoun introduces a subordinate (dependent) clause. that which who whom whose
    • The red Ferrari is the one that I want .
    • What is an antecedent, and what does it have to do with pronouns?
    • An antecedent is the noun that the pronoun replaces.
    • Junior took his dog to the pet store and bought her a treat . He bought it because he loves her .