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PRONOUN
Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words
Distributive Pronoun

Distributive Pronouns refers to a particular person/thing. They are: Each, Everyone, Everybody, Either, Neither.

Uses of Distributive Pronouns.
 
Examples
Each of the girls got a medal.  
They received a medal each.  
They each got a medal.  
Everyone loves flowers.  
Everyone of them liked the suggestion.  
Either of you has to come for the wedding.  
Neither of them was present for the wedding.  
(Here Either and Neither are always singular in form and take a singular verb.)
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Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
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