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What is a pronoun?
A word that replaces a noun
What is the pronoun in the following sentence:
This is the book I wanted to read.
This
What type of noun is "this"
A. relative
B. demonstrative
C. interogative
demonstrative
Name three types of pronouns
demonstrative, relative, personal, interrogative, indefinite
What type of pronoun is in the following sentence?
Which school do you go to?
A. relative
B. indefinite
C. interogative
interogative
List six examples of a pronoun.
varies
All of my friends (has, have) had the chicken pox.
have
Everyone at the party (likes, like) the hummus dip.
likes
Both of Fred's brothers (celebrates, celebrate) their birth
celebrate
Some of my baseball cards (is, are) valuable.
are
None of those rosebushes ever (blooms, bloom) in February.
bloom
Several of those colors (do, does) not appeal to me.
do
Many of Mrs. Taniquchi's students (speaks, speak) fluent Japenese.
speak
Nobody in the beginning painting classes (has, have) displayed work in the annual art show.
has
Most of the appetizers on the menu (tastes, taste) delicious.
taste
One of Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings (shows, sho) a ram's skull.
shows
All of the fruit (look, looks) ripe.
looks
All of the pears (look, looks) ripe.
look
Some of the equipment (has, have) been stored in the garage.
has
Some of the supplies (has, have) been stored in the garage.
have
Everyone (was, were) invited to the celebration.
was
Either of the answers (are, is) correct.
is
The following are what types of pronouns: this, that, these, those

A. Interrogative
B. Demonstrative
C. Relative
Demonstrative
Name any two interrogative pronouns
what, which, who, whom, whose
What is an indefinite pronoun?
a pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, or thing.