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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
Types of Pronouns
Pronoun - Parts of Speech
"A word that is used in place of a noun is called Pronoun."
  What Are Pronouns?

Pronouns are words which replace a noun: I, me, she, we, they, who, that, yours, his, her, etc.
Pronouns should only be used if the name of the person (or group of people), place (or places), or thing (or things) has been previously mentioned in the paragraph. Pronouns can be subjects or objects, or show possession.

A word that is used in place of a noun is called Pronoun. There are nine kinds of Pronouns:

(1) Personal Pronouns
(2) Possessive Pronouns
(3) Reflexive Pronouns
(4) Demonstrative Pronouns
(5) Indefinite Pronouns
(6) Distributive Pronouns
(7) Reciprocal Pronouns
(8) Relative Pronouns
(9) Interrogative Pronouns

 

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Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
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