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We take the jobs of nouns. Really.
A

pronoun is a word used in place of a
noun.

 Also,

EVERY pronoun has an
antecedent.
• An antecedent is the noun that...
 Simple

• I, you, he, she, it, we, they, who, it
 Compound

• Myself, someone, anybody, everything, itself,

whoever
 ...
 Can

take the place of any noun

 Example

• Our coach made her point loud and clear when

she raised her voice.
 Reflexive

• Formed by adding –self or –selves to a personal

pronouns
• Example: Tomisha does not seem herself today.
...
 Refers

to the individual members of a
plural antecedent and expresses mutual
actions

 Example

• The playgoers enjoye...
 Relates

or connects a relative clause to
the noun or pronoun it modifies

 Example

• Students who study regularly get...
 Refers

to an unnamed or unknown people
or things

 Example

• I don’t know anybody who would come to my

rescue.
 Asks

a question

 Example

• Who is the oldest among you?
 Points

out people, places, or things without
naming them

 Example

• This shouldn’t be too hard.
• That looks about r...
Nominative

Objective

Possessive

I

me

my

you

you

your

she

her

her

we

us

our

they

them

their

who

whom

wh...
Daily Grammar - Pronouns
Daily Grammar - Pronouns
Daily Grammar - Pronouns
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Daily Grammar - Pronouns

  1. 1. We take the jobs of nouns. Really.
  2. 2. A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun.  Also, EVERY pronoun has an antecedent. • An antecedent is the noun that a pronoun refers to.  Pronouns can have all of the same functions as nouns.
  3. 3.  Simple • I, you, he, she, it, we, they, who, it  Compound • Myself, someone, anybody, everything, itself, whoever  Phrasal • One another, each other
  4. 4.  Can take the place of any noun  Example • Our coach made her point loud and clear when she raised her voice.
  5. 5.  Reflexive • Formed by adding –self or –selves to a personal pronouns • Example: Tomisha does not seem herself today.  Intensive • A reflexive pronoun that intensifies, or emphasizes, the noun or pronoun it refers to. • Example: Leo himself taught his children to invest their lives in others.
  6. 6.  Refers to the individual members of a plural antecedent and expresses mutual actions  Example • The playgoers enjoyed talking with one another about the amazing performance.
  7. 7.  Relates or connects a relative clause to the noun or pronoun it modifies  Example • Students who study regularly get the best grades. • The dance, which we had looked forward to for weeks, was canceled.
  8. 8.  Refers to an unnamed or unknown people or things  Example • I don’t know anybody who would come to my rescue.
  9. 9.  Asks a question  Example • Who is the oldest among you?
  10. 10.  Points out people, places, or things without naming them  Example • This shouldn’t be too hard. • That looks about right.
  11. 11. Nominative Objective Possessive I me my you you your she her her we us our they them their who whom whose

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