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What is a pronoun?
A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun.
What is a personal pronoun?
pronouns that require different forms to express person, number, and gender.
What is an antecedent?
the noun that a pronoun replaces
What indicates whether the antecedent is singular or plural?
The number
What indicates whether the antecedent is masculine, feminine, or neuter.
The gender.
What are possessive pronouns?
Personal Pronouns that show ownership or belonging.
What are demonstrative pronouns?
Pronouns that specify the individual or the group that is being referred to.
this, that,these,those.
What are reflexive pronouns?
Prounouns that indicate that people or things.
ends with -self, or -selves
What are intensive pronouns?
Pronouns are the same as reflexive, but their function is to draw special attention to persons, places or objects.
What are interrogative Pronouns?
Pronouns that introduce questions.
ex: who, whom, which, what, and whose.
What are relative pronouns?
Relative pronouns introduce adjective clauses..who,whose,whom,which and that.
What are indefinite pronouns?
Refer to people places or things in general.
all,another,any,both,everybody,everyone,few,many,more somebody.etc.