Tag: Pronoun

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NOUN, PRONOUN, VERB ADJECTIVE, SPELLING; DOUBLING OF CONSONANTS

Review of Word Class- Parts of Speech Noun– A noun is a naming word. It is a name of a person, animal, place, thing or…

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PART OF SPEECH: NOUNS, PRONOUN, VERBS AND ADJECTIVES

NOUNS, PRONOUN, VERBS AND ADJECTIVES PART OF SPEECH NOUN A Noun is refers to the name of a person, animal, thing or place, A Noun…

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SPECIAL PRONOUNS PROBLEMS

Double subjects We all know that every sentence must have a subject. Sometimes we incorrectly use a double subject – a noun and a pronoun…

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REFLEXIVE AND INTENSIVE PRONOUNS

REFLEXIVE AND INTENSIVE PRONOUNS  Reflexive and intensive pronouns end in -self or -selves. These are myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, ourselves, and themselves. There is,…

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INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS  An interrogative pronoun is used to ask a question. These pronouns are who, whose, whom, which and what. Examples: Who is the mayor of…

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DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

A demonstrative pronoun is used to single or point out one or more persons or things referred to in the sentence. These pronouns are this,…

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INDEFINITE PRONOUNS

An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun that does not refer to a specific person or thing. In English, there are singular indefinite pronouns, plural indefinite…

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PLURAL POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

PLURAL POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Correct: Several reported their findings. Incorrect: Several reported his/her findings. Both singular and plural indefinite pronouns   All, some, any, none These indefinite…

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CONTRACTIONS WITH PRONOUNS

A contraction is a shortened form of two words. One or more letters are omitted and an apostrophe (’) is used in place of the…

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OBJECT PRONOUNS

Object pronouns can replace nouns used after action verbs. These pronouns are: (i) Singular – me, you, him, her, it (ii) Plural – us, you…

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PRONOUNS

A pronoun is a part of speech that takes the place of a noun. They include such words as I, we, he, she, thy, me…

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SUBJECT PRONOUNS

A subject pronoun takes the place of a noun as the subject of a sentence. These pronouns are: (i) Singular forms – I, you, he,…

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