Pronouns

Pronouns are used in place of nouns to remove repeatations of the nouns.

Emphatic Pronouns

Emphatic Pronouns Emphatic Pronouns (intensive pronoun) is like reflexive pronoun structurally, but their purpose is different. We use emphatic pronouns to show sudden emotions (surprise, anger, and excitement). These words consist of “myself, himself, herself, ourselves, ourselves, itself, yourself, and yourselves”. They are used to show that the activities are done without any help and …

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exclamatory pronouns what!

Exclamatory Pronoun A pronoun (WH word) that is used to show sudden emotions (surprise) is called an exclamatory pronoun. There is only one exclamatory pronoun which is what. It follows an exclamation mark (!). Whenever we become surprised suddenly we these words which replace the noun. In that case, it is working as an exclamatory …

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What are an infinitives?

What are infinitives? Definition: The basic form of the verb without s, es, or ies which can function as nouns, adjectives, and adverbs is called the infinitive. Infinitives are different from the main verb. It follows another main verb in the sentence. Like: I want to speak English.  The main verb of the sentence is …

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Relative Pronouns

What are Relative Pronouns? Pronouns replace nouns, what are relative pronouns? Relative pronouns are used to connect two clauses. In additions. They are used after the preceding nouns (people, things, animals, or ideas.) to which it is referring. For example “the man, who is very brave. Or “the teacher, whom we talked to. Relative pronouns …

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Reciprocal Pronouns

What is a Reciprocal Pronoun? Each other and one another are called reciprocal pronouns. These pronouns are used to show two or more people are performing the same (mutual action) activity at the same time. In addition. The result and benefit of the action may be the same or different. How to use reciprocal pronouns? …

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kinds of pronouns

Kinds of Pronouns Pronouns are one of the parts of speech. which plays a major role in the English language. They are used in places of nouns to remove repetitions of nouns. There are 11 kinds of pronouns. S# Title of Pronouns S# Titles of the pronouns 1 Personal Pronoun? 7 7) Reflexive Pronoun (“Self”, …

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Possessive Pronouns

What are Possessive Pronouns? Possessive Pronouns show possession and ownership of the noun in the sentence.  They are used at the end of sentences like objective pronouns. Possessive pronouns are “mine, ours, yours, his, hers, theirs, yours. They replace a noun that is already defined in the sentence. Like: I like this car. It is …

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Personal Pronouns, I, we, you, he, she, it, and they

What are Personal Pronouns? Pronouns replace the nouns in order to remove repetitions of nouns. Personal pronouns are used for persons. But among them, only one Pronoun is used for animals and things. There are seven personal pronouns “I, we, you, he, she, it, they.” In grammatical terms, there are three-person pronouns. 1st person is …

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Distributive Pronouns | either vs neither | each , Both & none

Distributive Pronouns Distributive pronouns are used to talk about persons and things individually. We talk about the person and group of people and things one by one rather than collectively. Distributive pronouns are either, neither, both, each, and none. They are singular words followed by singular verbs too. For example: Either of the students comes …

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interrogative pronouns

Interrogative pronouns: Interrogative Pronouns are the WH pronouns that are used to form special questions. Let’s define interrogative pronouns by the meaning of the word ‘interrogative’. This word is taken from interrogating which means to ask or to inquire. So, the (WH) pronouns that are used to question and works as pronoun are considered interrogative …

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demonstrative pronouns

What is a Demonstrative Pronoun? Demonstrative Pronouns are ‘this, that, these, & those” and are used to point out something or someone. The number of these pronouns is specific. There are only 4 demonstrative pronouns. Singular Demonstrative pronouns: These two pronouns are used for singular nouns. They follow singular auxiliary verbs (is, was, has, will). …

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reflexive Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns (“Self”, “selves”) Pronouns are used in place of nouns to avoid repetition of nouns, but what about reflexive pronouns? We have reflexive pronouns in English also which are sometimes called self-pronouns too. They are used to reflect back on the subject. Their structure is created with ‘self’ in singular and ‘selves’ in plurals …

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