20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Possessive Pronoun We use the Possessive Pronoun when we want to substitute a group of words that are indicating a possession relation. For example : This is my book. In this example, we can substitute my book for the possessive pronoun mine. This is mine. This is your […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Reciprocal Pronoun We use reciprocal pronoun when each of two or more subjects is acting in the same way towards the other. For example : A is talking to B. B is talking to A. So we say : A and B are talking to each other. The […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Interrogative Pronoun Interrogative Pronoun : The interrogative forms of the pronouns are used here. Whom, which, whose, what and that are interrogative pronouns. Examples : Mr. Kodak whom we are searching for is a native of Japan. Mrs. Goosd whose son is studying in Harvard has been hospitalized. […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Relative Pronoun Relative Pronoun : The pronouns which are used as conjunctions are called relative pronouns. Who, what, that, which and where are relative pronouns. Examples : The pronouns which are used as conjunctions are called relative pronouns. In this sentence, the word which has been used to […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Distributive Pronoun Distributive Pronoun : The pronouns which are used to indicate all the members of the representative group are called distributive forms. Each, everyone, either and neither are the distributive forms. Examples : Each one of you will be given a chance. Everyone, present here, should take […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Negative Pronouns Negative Pronouns : (1) No, no one, nobody, none and nothing are called Negative Pronouns. Examples : Jothika showed no interest in the new film. The police did nothing to control the mob. No one came forward to take the offer. Nobody is associated with this […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Non-Assertive Pronouns Non-Assertive Pronouns : Anyone, anybody and anything are called Non-Assertive Pronouns. Examples : I can challenge anybody. The citizens will not believe anything. Anyone can do this. |

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Assertive Pronouns Assertive Pronouns : (1) Much, many, more and most are called Assertive pronouns. Examples : You need more milk for this sweet. Not much milk is lost. Most of the students did not turn up for the function. Many parents complained about this. We need more […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Universal Pronouns Universal Pronouns : Each, every and all are called Universal Pronouns. Examples : Each of you should attend the function. Each student will get a chance to sing in the festival. All girls want to irritate Saran. All are welcome. Every citizen should stand against this […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Indefinite Pronoun Indefinite Pronoun : These pronouns refer to persons or things in general. One, many, all, some, somebody, someone, few, many, others, nobody, everybody etc… are the indefinite pronouns. Examples : Somebody crossed the road. Nobody came forward to assume responsibilities. Few candidates did not attend the […]

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