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Pronounspronouns are generally not capitalized even when they refer to a proper noun(except, of course, at the start of a ...
Possessive pronouns are used to indicate possession or ownership.Demonstrative pronouns distinguish the particular objects...
Los pronombres personales: Los pronombres personales son morfemas gramaticales sin contenido léxico que en una oración, us...
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Pronombres

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Pronombres

  1. 1. Pronounspronouns are generally not capitalized even when they refer to a proper noun(except, of course, at the start of a sentence). exceptions are the first-person pronoun i, which in standard english is always capitalized, and, in reverential use, pronouns which stand for the name of a deity, such as he referring to jesus or the christian god.<br />OBJECTIVE PRONOUNS ARE USED WHEN THE PERSON OR THING IS THE OBJECT OF THE SENTENCE OR CLAUSE. ENGLISH EXAMPLE: JOHN LIKES ME BUT NOT HER.<br />COMMON TYPES OF PRONOUNS FOUND IN THE WORLD'S LANGUAGES ARE AS FOLLOWS:<br />PERSONAL PRONOUNS STAND IN PLACE OF THE NAMES OF PEOPLE OR THINGS.<br />TYPES OF PRONOUNS<br />
  2. 2. Possessive pronouns are used to indicate possession or ownership.Demonstrative pronouns distinguish the particular objects or people that are referred to from other possible candidates. English example: I'll take these.Interrogative pronouns ask which person or thing is meant. English example: Who did that?<br />Personal pronouns:<br />first-person singular (I)<br />first-person plural (we)<br />second-person singular and plural (you)<br />third-person singular human or animate male (he)<br />third-person singular human or animate female (she)<br />third-person singular inanimate (it)<br />third-person plural (they)<br />
  3. 3. Los pronombres personales: Los pronombres personales son morfemas gramaticales sin contenido léxico que en una oración, usualmente (aunque no siempre) se refieren a objetos, personas o animales. Sintácticamente un pronombre es siempre un sintagma nominal o sintagma adjetival (en el caso de los pronombres personales posesivos). Si se acepta el análisis del sintagma determinante los pronombres personales pueden considerarse como el núcleo de dicho sintagma.<br />

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