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A Pronoun is a word that takes the place of a nounTypes of Pronouns: Types of Pronouns Personal pronouns the subject of a verb the object of a verb Possessive pronouns Reflexive pronoun Demonstrative pronouns Indefinite pronouns Reciprocal Pronouns Interrogative pronouns (or) Relative pronouns Other pronouns1. Personal Pronouns : 1. Personal Pronouns The subject of a verb : - I, you, he, she, it, we and they can all be used as the subject of a verb. Examples :- Lisa likes cats. She has four cats. Lisa – proper noun (subject ) She – pronoun (subject) Sharma is a good teacher. He is a good playerSlide 5: The objective of a verb : - me, you, him, her, it, us and them can all be used as the object of a verb. Ex : - Lisa likes cats . She likes to stroke them . noun the object of the verb Pronoun the object of the verbSlide 6: Subject Object First person singular I Me Second person singular You You Third person singular He Him She Her It It First person plural We Us Second person plural You You Third person plural They them Personal pronouns2. Possessive Pronouns: 2. Possessive Pronouns Possessive pronouns are used to talk about things that belong to people. The words mine, yours, his, hers, ours and theirs are possessive pronouns. Examples :- This book is mine . Have you lost yours , Tom ?Slide 8: Singular personal pronoun Possessive pronouns I , me Mine You Yours He ,him His She, her hers Plural personal pronoun Possessive pronouns We ,us Ours You Yours They , them theirs3. Reflexive Pronouns : 3. Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive pronouns are words that refer to the noun or pronoun that is the subject of the verb. The words myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves and themselves are reflexive pronouns. Examples :- My brother built this computer himself John was looking at himself in the mirrorSome more examples :-: Some more examples :- Be careful not to cut yourself with that knife. Our cat washes itself after every meal. We baked the cake by ourselves . Come in, everybody, and find yourselves a seat. The children cleaned their room all by themselves . Bears like to rub themselves against a tree. The bird washed itself by splashing in a puddle. The players train every day to keep themselves it.Slide 11: Singular personal pronoun Reflexive pronoun I (subject pronoun) Myself Me (object pronoun) Myself You (subject/object pronoun) Yourself He (subject pronoun) Himself Him(object pronoun) Himself She(subject pronoun) Herself It itself Plural personal pronoun Reflexive pronoun We (subject pronoun) Ourselves Us (object pronoun) Ourselves You(subject / object pronoun) Yourselves They (subject pronoun) themselves Them (object pronoun) themselves4.Demonstrative Pronouns : 4.Demonstrative Pronouns Demonstrative pronouns are used for pointing out things. The words this, that, these and those are demonstrative pronouns. Examples:- These are my pets. These are sheep but those are goats. Those are horses.Some more examples :-: Some more examples :- This is my desk. This is the Mings' house. That is my friend’s house. That’s my mother’s car.5. Indefinite Pronouns: 5. Indefinite Pronouns An indefinite pronoun does not refer directly to any other word. Most indefinite pronouns express he idea of quantity. Examples :- Everybody is welcome at the meeting. Many prefer their coffee with sugar. Does anybody care for a cheese sandwich? Few choose to live in the arid desert.Slide 15: Can you find indefinite pronoun in each sentence. 1. One never knows who might be listening. 2. Many are called but few are chosen. 3. I finished my cookie and asked for another. 4. Both were punished for the crime they committed. 5. Several applied for the job, but no one was hired.Slide 16: Indefinite Pronouns :- All Each Most Other Another Either Neither Several Any Everybody Nobody Some Anybody Everyone No one Somebody Anyone Few None Someone both Many One such6. Reciprocal Pronouns : 6. Reciprocal Pronouns It expresses a relationship between the individuals indicated in the plural subject Examples :- Two boys fought with each other. Here :-Each other is reciprocal pronoun. .SOME MORE EXAMPLES: SOME MORE EXAMPLES The boys fought with one another . The members of the family love one another.7. Interrogative Pronouns (or) Relative Pronouns: 7. Interrogative Pronouns (or) Relative Pronouns Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions. The words who, whose, what, which and whom are interrogative pronouns. Examples:- Who used all my paper? Who is Mom talking to? Who are those people?Some more examples :-: Some more examples :- Whose pen is this? Whose are these shoes? What is your brother’s name? What does Tom want? What is the date today?8.Other Pronouns: 8.Other Pronouns All Each Every Another Both Either Neither Enough Little Less Fewer Many Most Several Some One Any Few muchSlide 22: Thank YouSlide 23: This powerpoint was kindly donated to www.worldofteaching.com http://www.worldofteaching.com is home to over a thousand powerpoints submitted by teachers. 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