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The Pronoun
A pronoun is word that takes the place of a
noun.
•Ali has a bicycle. He rides it every
day.
•Ali is very generous. He helps the
needy.
•This is the boy who helped me.
Personal Pronoun
• A personal pronoun can distinguish two types of pronouns:
• Personal subjective pronoun
• Personal objective pronoun
Subjective pronoun
•A personal subjective pronoun acts as the
subject of a sentence it performs the action of the
verb.
•Examples:
•He listens to me.
•I read a book.
•After lunch ,she and I went college.
Personal Objective Pronoun
•A personal objective pronoun acts as a the
object of the sentence.it receives the actin of the
verb.
•Examples:
•I like him.
•We always help them.
•He will invite you.
Possessive pronoun
• A possessive pronoun that is used to show possession
over something is called possessive pronoun.
• Examples:
• That computer is hers.
• This chair is mine.
• These books are yours.
Demonstrative pronoun
•A demonstrative pronoun pints out a noun
or nouns.
•Examples:
•That is my house.
•These are interesting books .
•Ali brought this pen.
Relative pronoun
• A relative pronoun is used to connect a subordinate
clause to the main clause, and serves as connection
also.
• Example:
• People who speak two languages are called bilingual.
• This is the book which I bought from the market.
• This is the same man that I saw in the street.
Indefinite pronoun
•A pronoun that does not refer to particular
noun but refers to an unspecified noun or nouns.
•Examples:
•Each of the students attended the class.
•Neither of them came.
•Someone will help you.
Reflexive pronoun
•A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject
and the object of the sentence are the same or
the action passes back to the subject.
•I talk to myself when I am nervous or excited.
•He hurt himself playing hockey.
•They believe in themselves.
Reciprocal pronoun
• A reciprocal pronoun is used in order to indicate
persons or things mutually affected.
• Examples:
• The students in this classroom cooperate with one
another.
• Both the friends like each other.
• They care a lot for one another.
Intensive / Emphatic pronoun
•An intensive pronoun is used to intensify or
emphasize the preceding noun or pronoun.
•Examples:
•She herself wanted to join the company.
•We ourselves believe that is true.
•She went to door herself.
Interrogative pronoun
•An interrogative pronoun is used to ask a
question.
•Examples:
•Who is there?
•What is your problem?
•Where are you going?
•Which country you belong?
Difference b/w reflexive or emphatic pronoun
• Theses are used as an object
• Subject and objective are the
same person .
• subject’s action refer back on it.
• Example:
• I wrote myself the whole book.
• Theses are not used as object
• Subject and objective are not
the same person .
• subject’s action does not refer
back on it.
• Example:
• I myself wrote the whole book.

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PRONOUN (1).pptx

  • 2. A pronoun is word that takes the place of a noun. •Ali has a bicycle. He rides it every day. •Ali is very generous. He helps the needy. •This is the boy who helped me.
  • 3. Personal Pronoun • A personal pronoun can distinguish two types of pronouns: • Personal subjective pronoun • Personal objective pronoun
  • 4. Subjective pronoun •A personal subjective pronoun acts as the subject of a sentence it performs the action of the verb. •Examples: •He listens to me. •I read a book. •After lunch ,she and I went college.
  • 5. Personal Objective Pronoun •A personal objective pronoun acts as a the object of the sentence.it receives the actin of the verb. •Examples: •I like him. •We always help them. •He will invite you.
  • 6. Possessive pronoun • A possessive pronoun that is used to show possession over something is called possessive pronoun. • Examples: • That computer is hers. • This chair is mine. • These books are yours.
  • 7. Demonstrative pronoun •A demonstrative pronoun pints out a noun or nouns. •Examples: •That is my house. •These are interesting books . •Ali brought this pen.
  • 8. Relative pronoun • A relative pronoun is used to connect a subordinate clause to the main clause, and serves as connection also. • Example: • People who speak two languages are called bilingual. • This is the book which I bought from the market. • This is the same man that I saw in the street.
  • 9. Indefinite pronoun •A pronoun that does not refer to particular noun but refers to an unspecified noun or nouns. •Examples: •Each of the students attended the class. •Neither of them came. •Someone will help you.
  • 10. Reflexive pronoun •A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject and the object of the sentence are the same or the action passes back to the subject. •I talk to myself when I am nervous or excited. •He hurt himself playing hockey. •They believe in themselves.
  • 11. Reciprocal pronoun • A reciprocal pronoun is used in order to indicate persons or things mutually affected. • Examples: • The students in this classroom cooperate with one another. • Both the friends like each other. • They care a lot for one another.
  • 12. Intensive / Emphatic pronoun •An intensive pronoun is used to intensify or emphasize the preceding noun or pronoun. •Examples: •She herself wanted to join the company. •We ourselves believe that is true. •She went to door herself.
  • 13. Interrogative pronoun •An interrogative pronoun is used to ask a question. •Examples: •Who is there? •What is your problem? •Where are you going? •Which country you belong?
  • 14. Difference b/w reflexive or emphatic pronoun • Theses are used as an object • Subject and objective are the same person . • subject’s action refer back on it. • Example: • I wrote myself the whole book. • Theses are not used as object • Subject and objective are not the same person . • subject’s action does not refer back on it. • Example: • I myself wrote the whole book.