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The noun or nominal that a pronoun stands for.
Pronoun-antecedent agreement
The number of the pronoun (whether singular of plural) agrees with the number of its antecedents. EX: The boys did their homework; Each girl did her best.
Possessive Pronouns
A personal pronoun used to show ownership or relationship. EX: my, mine, your, yours, her, hers, his, its, our, ours, their, theirs
Reflexive Pronoun
Pronouns that refer to the subject and directs the action of the verb back to the subject. A pronoun formed by adding -self or
-selves to a form of the personal pronoun. EX: I gave myself a haircut.
Intensive pronoun
A pronoun that emphasizes a noun or another pronoun within the same sentence. It is formed by adding -self or -selves to a personal pronoun. EX: I myself prefer chocolate.
Reciprocal pronoun
The pronouns each other and one another, which refer to previously named nouns.
Demonstrative Pronouns
The pronouns this, that, these, and those, which function as nominal substitutes and as determiners. They include the feature of proximity: near and distant.
Relative Pronouns
The pronouns who, whom, whose, which, and that in their role as introducers of a relative clause.
Interrogative Pronouns
Pronouns used to introduce a question. The interrogative pronouns are who, whom, what, which, and whose.
Indefinite Pronouns
A large category that includes quantifiers (enough, several, many and much), universals (all, both, every, and each), and partitives (any, either, neither, no, some). Many of the indefinite pronouns can function as determiners.