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is a word that replaces or refers to a noun

It is used to avoid repetition

pronoun

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is the noun that the pronoun replaces or
refers to (ante = before; cedo = go)

Antecedent

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refers to persons, (he, she, us)

PERSONAL

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refers back to the subject (himself)

REFLEXIVE

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emphasizes the subject (myself)

INTENSIVE

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points to with gesture (that)

DEMONSTRATIVE

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has no definite antecedent (someone, all,
some, many)

INDEFINITE

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question words, who

INTERROGATIVE

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relates 2 sentences (which)

RELATIVE

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1st person

I, me, my

2nd person

you, you, your

3rd person

he, him, his, she,

her, her, it, it, its

SINGULAR

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1st person

we, us, our

2nd person

you, you, your

3rd person

they, them, their

PLURAL

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he

him, his

himself

MASCULINE

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she

her, hers

herself

FEMININE

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it, its

NEUTRAL

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subjective
objective
possessive

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1st person

I or we

2nd person

you

3rd person

he, she, it, them

SUBJECTIVE
CASE

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1st person

us

2nd person

you

3rd person

them

OBJECTIVE
CASE

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1st person

my, mine, our,
ours

2nd person

yours

3rd person

his, hers, their,
theirs

POSSESSIVE
CASE

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emphasizes its
antecedent. It is always placed after its
antecedent

INTENSIVE PRONOUN

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POINT OUT SPECIFIC
PERSONS / THINGS

(distance)

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

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Show unspecified objects or people, whether in plural
or in singular.

Indicate the entire noun or pronoun or none of the
noun.

Used when we want to refer to group of nouns without
actually specifying who or how much.

INDEFINITE PRONOUNS

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PRONOUNS USED TO INTRODUCE QUESTIONS

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

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which
what
who
whom
whoever
whoever

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

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relates to a preceding word (antecedent)
and joins to it a dependent clause

2 Jobs: A Pronoun + A Connector

RELATIVE PRONOUNS

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who
whom
which
whose
where
when
why
what
that