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What is a noun?
A noun names a person, place, thing, idea, or activity.
What are the types of nouns?
Proper or Common
Concrete or Abstract
Collective
Simple or Compound
What are the noun "usages"? (jobs, roles, etc.)
Subject (SN)
Direct Object (DO)
Indirect Object (IO)
Object of the Preposition (OP)
Possessive (AJ or PNA)
Object Complement Noun (OCN)
Appositive (AP), Noun of Direct Address (NDA)
What is a pronoun?
A pronoun replaces a noun in order to avoid repetition.
What are the pronoun "usages"?
Subject (SP)
Direct Object (DO)
Indirect Object (IO)
Object of the Preposition (OP)
Possessive (AJ or PPA)
Predicate Noun (PN)
What are the Subjective personal pronouns?
I
you
he, she, it
we
you
they
What are the Objective personal pronouns?
me
you,
him, her, it
us
you
them
What are the Possessive Adjective pronouns?
my
your
his, her, its
our
your
their
What are the possessive pronouns?
mine
yours
his, hers
ours
yours
theirs
what are the reflexive pronouns?
myself
yourself
himself, herself, itself
ourselves
yourselves
themselves
What are the demonstrative pronouns?
this
that
these
those
What are the interrogative pronouns?
who
whom
whose
which
what
What are some indefinite pronouns?
some, many, any, few, several, all, everyone, everybody, someone, somebody, anyone, anybody, both, each, neither, either, nobody, none (examples)
What are the relative pronouns?
who, whom, whose, whoever, whomever, that, which, what, whatever
What are the noun and pronoun cases?
Nominative
Objective
Posessive
What are the noun and pronoun genders?
masculine
feminine
neuter