PRONOUN
Fachmi Ramadhan
Ahmad Munawar
Roby N J
sopian
Understanding Pronoun
Pronoun is a word used to replace a noun which can be
a person, object, animal, place, and abstract ...
 Personal Pronouns
 Possessive Pronouns
 Demonstrative Pronouns
 Interrogative Pronouns
 Reflexive Pronouns
 Intensi...
A. They replace or refer to a specific

person, subject, place, object ,or Thing
B. Take the place of three person :
C. Ca...
A. They replace or refer to a specific
person, subject, place, object ,or Thing
Subject

object

They

Them

We

As

I

Me...
B. Take the place of three person
 The first person or the person speaking (I, we)
Example:
He plays tennis
 The second ...
C. Can be divided into singular or plural pronouns
Singular
pronoun

Plural
pronoun

I

You

You

They

She

we

He
it
They are used to show possession / ownership
As adjectives
As pronoun
Example

Example

My

This is my pen

Mine

This pen...
They are used to show which noun we are talking about
Example
singular

This old dress was my mother’s wedding dress

that...
They are
 Question word
What, Which, Who, Whom, Whose
 Used to ask question and begin a sentence
Which came first, the c...
Pronoun use
Nominative
(subject
case)
Who

whom

Whose

Whomever

Whosoever

Who

Whom

Whose

whoever

Plural

Possessive...
Reflexive pronouns are used when the subject and
the object are the same or that the subject and the
object refer to the s...
Intensive pronoun also and in -self or -selves but just add
emphasis to the noun or pronoun ( the subject) in a sentence.
...
Indefinite
pronouns
refer
to
people, places, objects, or things without pointing to a
specific one. The most common indefi...
singular
A
Another
Anybody
Anyone
Anything
Each
Either
plural
both
few
many
others
several

everyone
one
everything
somebo...
 indefinite pronouns that end in –body are always

singular. These words include as follow : anybody,
somebody, nobody, e...
 indefinite pronouns that end in –one are always singular. These

words include anyone , everyone, someone, and one.
One ...
They indicate the individual members of a plural subject
mutually React one on the other. they are:
 each other

each oth...
Note:
 Each other and one another are both pronouns
 Traditionally, each other refers to two people and one
another Refe...
 when each is used

1) with a singular noun, it is followed by a singular verb.
 Each day brings a new beginning and hop...
 Pronoun is a word used to replace a noun (noun)

which can be a person, object, animal, place, and
abstract concepts. Pr...
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  1. 1. PRONOUN Fachmi Ramadhan Ahmad Munawar Roby N J sopian
  2. 2. Understanding Pronoun Pronoun is a word used to replace a noun which can be a person, object, animal, place, and abstract concepts. Pronoun is one of the eight parts of speech.
  3. 3.  Personal Pronouns  Possessive Pronouns  Demonstrative Pronouns  Interrogative Pronouns  Reflexive Pronouns  Intensive Pronouns  Indefinite Pronouns  Reciprocal Pronouns  Pronouns each, some
  4. 4. A. They replace or refer to a specific person, subject, place, object ,or Thing B. Take the place of three person : C. Can be divided into singular or plural pronouns
  5. 5. A. They replace or refer to a specific person, subject, place, object ,or Thing Subject object They Them We As I Me You You She Her He Him it It
  6. 6. B. Take the place of three person  The first person or the person speaking (I, we) Example: He plays tennis  The second person or the person spoken to (you) Example : They like your house  The third or the person spoken about ( he, she, it and they). Example : I love cheesecak
  7. 7. C. Can be divided into singular or plural pronouns Singular pronoun Plural pronoun I You You They She we He it
  8. 8. They are used to show possession / ownership As adjectives As pronoun Example Example My This is my pen Mine This pen is mine Your These are your book Yours These books are yours His Those are not his bag His Those bags are not his Her It is her pet Hers The pet is hers Our That is our brand new car Our That brand new car is ours Their That is their big house Theirs The big house is their its Its tail is long its The kennel is its (belong to cat)
  9. 9. They are used to show which noun we are talking about Example singular This old dress was my mother’s wedding dress that plural This That blue car is a vintage ford These These pretty flowers came from my garden those Those white shirts are made of linen
  10. 10. They are  Question word What, Which, Who, Whom, Whose  Used to ask question and begin a sentence Which came first, the chicken or the egg ? What are those things made of? Who was the first man on the moon
  11. 11. Pronoun use Nominative (subject case) Who whom Whose Whomever Whosoever Who Whom Whose whoever Plural Possessive (ownership) Whoever singular Objective (object case) Whomever whosoever  Use who or whoever when the pronoun is the subject of a verb Who won the Nobel prizes this year?  Use who or whoever when the pronoun is the predicate nominative The winner was who ?  Use whom or whomever when the pronoun is the direct object of a verb or the object of a preposition Whom did he fire this week?
  12. 12. Reflexive pronouns are used when the subject and the object are the same or that the subject and the object refer to the same noun or pronoun. Example Myself I wrote the poem myself Yourself / yourself you hit yourself with a hammer Ourselves we do the homework (by) ourselves Themselves all her friends enjoyed themselves riding best friend the truth itself the dog opened the door (by) itself
  13. 13. Intensive pronoun also and in -self or -selves but just add emphasis to the noun or pronoun ( the subject) in a sentence. The subject (doer) who does the action also feels the effect of the action.  If you want a job done well, you yourself have to do it.  Parents wonder why the streams are bitter, when they themselves     have poisoned the house Ewan himself designed the house He wondered, as he had many times wondered before, whether he himself was a lunatic Suryani herself picked out the car It seems to me, that if you tried hard, you would in time find it possible to become what you yourself would approve
  14. 14. Indefinite pronouns refer to people, places, objects, or things without pointing to a specific one. The most common indefinite pronouns show singular and plural indefinite pronouns. The list below shows pronouns that can be either singular or plural, depending on how they are used in a sentence:  Singular  Plural  singular or plural
  15. 15. singular A Another Anybody Anyone Anything Each Either plural both few many others several everyone one everything somebody little someone much something neither nothing no one Everybody nobody singular or plural all some any more most none
  16. 16.  indefinite pronouns that end in –body are always singular. These words include as follow : anybody, somebody, nobody, etc -body -one -thing Some- Somebody Someone something Any- Anybody Anyone Anything No- Nobody No one nothing Every- everybody everyone Everything
  17. 17.  indefinite pronouns that end in –one are always singular. These words include anyone , everyone, someone, and one. One of the gerbils is missing. Singular singular Subject verb  the indefinite pronouns both, few, many, others, and several are always plural both of the gerbils are missing. Plural plural Subject verb Many of the guests are sick of tedious ted’s endless Chatter. Plural plural Subject verb  the indefinite pronouns all, any, more, most, none, and some can be singular or plural, depending on how they are used. All is being used to indicate one unit. As a result, it requires the singular verb was. All of the beef stew was devoured. Singular singular Subject verb
  18. 18. They indicate the individual members of a plural subject mutually React one on the other. they are:  each other each other is more common when only two people are involved.  We sent each other Eid cards.(we sent them an eid card And they sent us an eid card.)  Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. The trainees are greeting each other.  one another one another is more common when more people are involved.  They didn’t look at one another. (he didn’t look at her and she didn’t look at him.)  five mountaineers helped one another during the storm.  The students rated one another’s creation.
  19. 19. Note:  Each other and one another are both pronouns  Traditionally, each other refers to two people and one another Refers to more than two people, but this distinction is disappearing In modern English.  Don’t use each other or one another as a subject of a clause.  We also use the possessive forms each other’s and one another’s.  They helped to look after each other’s children.  We often stayed in one another’s houses.  Each other and one another are alternate ways of saying the Same thing.  They love each other. They love one another.
  20. 20.  when each is used 1) with a singular noun, it is followed by a singular verb.  Each day brings a new beginning and hope.  Each star in the sky is different. 2) With a plural noun, it is followed by a plural verb  The students each have their own computer.  The teachers each have different ideas about education.  the pronoun some is used to show an uncertain quantity or number. It is generally used in affirmative sentences.  I ate some biscuits this morning.  She needs some money for the trip
  21. 21.  Pronoun is a word used to replace a noun (noun) which can be a person, object, animal, place, and abstract concepts. Pronoun is one of the eight parts of speech. Types of Pronoun, namely: Personal Pronouns, Possessive Pronouns, Demonstrative Pronouns, Interrogative Pronouns, Reflexive Pronouns, Intensive Pronouns, Indefinite Pronouns, Reciprocal Pronouns and Pronouns each, some.

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