Pronoun review 14

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Pronoun review 14

  1. 1. PRONOUN REVIEW - PART I We are going to have some fun!
  2. 2. WHAT IS A PRONOUN? A. A noun that has “gone pro”? B. A word used in place of a noun C. A word that describes a noun D. A word that comes before a noun
  3. 3. WHAT IS A PRONOUN? A. A noun that has “gone pro”? B. A word used in place of a noun C. A word that describes a noun D. A word that comes before a noun
  4. 4. WHAT IS AN ANTECEDENT? A word that a pronoun replaces A word that describes a pronoun A word that replaces a noun A word that comes after the cedent
  5. 5. WHAT IS AN ANTECEDENT? A word that a pronoun replaces A word that describes a pronoun A word that replaces a noun A word that comes after the cedent
  6. 6. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? Daniel can’t explain how he woke up on Mars.
  7. 7. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? Daniel can’t explain how he woke up on Mars.
  8. 8. WHAT IS THE ANTECENDENT IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? Daniel can’t explain how he woke up on Mars.
  9. 9. WHAT IS THE ANTECENDENT IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? Daniel can’t explain how he woke up on Mars. “He” replaces “Daniel” so we don’t have to say “Daniel can’t explain how Daniel woke up on Mars.”
  10. 10. WHAT IS AN INDEFINITE PRONOUN? A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself. B. A pronoun that usually appears in the predicate of a sentence. C. A pronoun that does not have a specific antecendent. D. A pronoun that can be used at any time.
  11. 11. WHAT IS AN INDEFINITE PRONOUN? A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself. B. A pronoun that usually appears in the predicate of a sentence. C. A pronoun that does not have a specific antecedent. D. A pronoun that can be used at any time.
  12. 12. WHAT IS THE INDEFINITE PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE? Some of the students decided to bring their lunches on Friday.
  13. 13. WHAT IS THE INDEFINITE PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE? Some of the students decided to bring their lunches on Friday.
  14. 14. TRUE OR FALSE? A SUBJECT (OR SUBJECTIVE) PRONOUN PERFORMS THE ACTION IN A SENTENCE?
  15. 15. TRUE OR FALSE? A SUBJECT (OR SUBJECTIVE) PRONOUN PERFORMS THE ACTION IN A SENTENCE? TRUE
  16. 16. TRUE OR FALSE? AN OBJECT PRONOUN RECEIVES THE ACTION OF THE VERB.
  17. 17. TRUE OR FALSE? AN OBJECT PRONOUN RECEIVES THE ACTION OF THE VERB. - TRUE
  18. 18. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? ANTHONY THREW THE BALL TO ME.
  19. 19. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? ANTHONY THREW THE BALL TO ME.
  20. 20. IS THIS AN OBJECT OR SUBJECT PRONOUN? ANTHONY THREW THE BALL TO ME.
  21. 21. IS THIS AN OBJECT OR SUBJECT PRONOUN? ANTHONY THREW THE BALL TO ME. - OBJECT
  22. 22. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? SHE DECIDED THAT SHE WANTED THE BLUE SWEATER.
  23. 23. WHAT IS THE PRONOUN IN THE SENTENCE BELOW? SHE DECIDED THAT SHE WANTED THE BLUE SWEATER.
  24. 24. IS THE PRONOUN AN OBJECT OR SUBJECT PRONOUN? SHE DECIDED THAT SHE WANTED THE BLUE SWEATER.
  25. 25. IS THE PRONOUN AN OBJECT OR SUBJECT PRONOUN? SHE DECIDED THAT SHE WANTED THE BLUE SWEATER. - SUBJECT
  26. 26. IS THE PRONOUN AN OBJECT OR SUBJECT PRONOUN? SHE DECIDED THAT SHE WANTED THE BLUE SWEATER. - SUBJECT
  27. 27. TOMORROW’S QUIZ... Will only contain the following things: Definitions: pronoun, antecedent, indefinite pronoun, subject & object pronouns. You will need to be able to identify these pronouns in a sentence. We will wait until the second semester for our assessment on possessive, reflexive, and intensive pronouns.

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