Pronouns

A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. For example: I, he, she, they, his, her etc. There are many different types of pronouns:

Personal Pronouns - Personal pronoun describes a particular person or thing or group. We have three kinds of personal pronouns: first person, which describes the person speaking (I, My, Me), second person, which denotes the person spoken to (You, Your) and third person, which denotes the person or thing spoken about (Him, Her, It).

Reflexive Pronouns - A pronoun that reflects the action of the subject on the subject itself is called Reflexive Pronoun. Example: himself, herself, ourselves etc.

Emphatic Pronouns - These pronouns are used only for the purpose of emphasizing something. Example: He himself drove the car.

Demonstrative Pronouns - The pronouns that are used to point out the objects to which they refer are called Demonstrative Pronouns. Example: this, that, those etc.

Relative Pronouns - Relative Pronoun describes a noun which is mentioned before and more information is to be given about it. Example: He is the person who helped her.

Interrogative Pronouns – These pronouns are used in order to ask questions. Example: who, whom, which etc.

Indefinite Pronouns - Indefinite Pronouns refer to a person(s) or a thing(s) in a general way. These pronouns do not refer to any specific or particular person or thing. Example: somebody, nobody, many etc.

Distributive Pronouns - Distributive Pronouns refer to a single person or thing in a group, one at a time. They equally distribute attention to each unit in a group. Example: each, either, neither etc.

Reciprocal Pronouns - Reciprocal Pronouns denote reciprocal or mutual action. Example: each other and one another.

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