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Vocabulary
PRONOUN
Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words
Personal Pronoun
Personal pronouns are used in place of the person or people that we are talking about.
First Person, Second Person & Third Person.
 
There are seven Personal pronouns. They are : I, You, We, He, She, They & It. These Personal pronouns stand for three persons, ie. First Person, Second Person & Third Person.
 
Examples
First Person (I / We) - the person speaking
Second Person (You) - the person spoken to
Third Person (He/She/It/They) - the person spoken of
Personal Pronouns And Their Various Forms ( Possessives )
Person Subject Object Possessive Adjective Possessive Pronoun
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
First Person I We Me Us My Our Mine Ours
Second Person You You You Your Your Your Your Yours
Third Person
He
She
It
They
Him
Her
It
Them
His
Her
Its
Their
His
Hers
Theirs
  One Ones One Ones One's - - -
Note: "Its" is not used as a Possessive Pronoun. We don’t say - This picture is its.
Uses of Personal Pronouns.
 
Examples
I like Ice-cream.  
Raj helped me.  
Do you like tea?  
Seema loves you.  
He runs fast.  
Did Rahul beat him?  
She is clever.  
Does Tina know her?  
It doesn't work.  
Can the engineer repair it?  
We went home.  
Alex drove us.  
They played doubles.  
Sanju and Maya beat them.  
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Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words