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Pronouns in English

Pronouns in English

Use this template to learn the pronouns in English. Pronouns are the parts of speech used instead of nouns to avoid repetition. Depending on the situations in which they are used, they have different forms.

The types of pronouns are:

Personal pronouns

Possessive pronouns

Relative pronouns

Reflexive pronouns

Demonstrative pronouns

Interrogative pronouns

Indefinite pronouns

Personal pronouns in English

Personal pronouns are the pronouns that refer to specific people or things. They can change depending on the person, number, gender, or case.

Examples of personal pronouns, singular and plural form:

I/Me

You/You

He/She/It Him/Her/It

We/Us

You/You

They/Them

Possessive pronouns in English

Possessive pronouns show that something belongs to someone.

Examples of possessive pronouns:

Mine

Yours

His/Hers/Its

Ours

Yours

Relative pronouns in English

Relative pronouns describe nouns in terms of how they relate to other words.

Examples of relative pronouns:

Who

Whom

Whose

Which

That

What

Reflexive pronouns in English

Reflexive pronouns are used when the subject of a sentence is also the object of the sentence.

Examples of reflexive pronouns:

Myself

Yourself

Himself/Herself/Itself

Ourselves

Themselves

Demonstrative pronouns in English

Demonstrative pronouns point to and identify a noun or a pronoun. They are used in place of particular things to show which one we’re discussing.

Examples of demonstrative pronouns:

Somebody/Someone

Something/Anything

Nobody/Nothing

All

Other/Another

Both/Each

Many/Most

Some/Few

None

Such

Interrogative pronouns in English

Interrogative pronouns are the pronouns used in questions. In sentences, when the pronoun is a subject, the verb will precede the pronoun.

Examples of interrogative pronouns:

Who

Whom

What

Which

Whose

’Who’ and ‘whom’ are used to refer to people and which is used for animals and things.

Indefinite pronouns in English

Indefinite pronouns refer to a thing or person that is identifiable, but not specified.

Examples of indefinite pronouns:

This

That

These

Those

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