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I take the place of one or more nouns.
Pronoun
I am a pronoun used as the subject of a sentence.
Subject Pronoun
I am a pronoun used as the object of a verb or preposition.
Object Pronoun
The noun or group of words that a pronoun refers to is called?
Antecedent
I am a pronoun that shows who or what has something.
Possessive Pronoun
I am a pronoun that does not refer to a particular person, place, or thing.
Indefinite Pronoun
I am a pronoun that referes to a noun or another pronoun and indicate the same person or thing involved.
Reflexive Pronoun
I am a pronoun that adds emphasis to a noun or pronoun already named.
Intensive Pronoun
I am a pronoun that is used to introduce an interrogative(question)sentence.
Interrogative Pronoun
Name the antecedent in the following sentence:
Joe went to the movies. He enjoyed himself.
Joe
Use the correct word or words in parentheses in the following sentence:
(She, Her) and Clara told the class about mythology.
She
Use the correct word or words in parentheses in the following sentence:
The city was named after (he, him), not Remus.
Him
Name the possessive pronoun in the following sentence:
His adventures interested all types of readers.
His
Use the correct form of the word in parentheses in the following sentence:
Many (knows, know) the tale of Midas.
Know
Use the correct form of the word in parentheses in the following sentence:
To (who, whom)do you read those myths?
Whom