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Pronoun

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What is a pronoun? A word that is used in place of one or more nouns or pronouns
What is a personal pronoun? Refers back to the one speaking, the one spoken too, or the one spoken about
What are the first person singular pronouns? I, me, my, mine
What are the second person singular pronouns? you, your, yours
What are the third person singular pronouns? he, him, his, she, her, hers, it, its
What are the first person plural pronouns? we, us, our, ours
What are the second person plural pronouns? you, your, yours
What are the third person plural pronouns? they, them, their, theirs
What is a reflexive pronoun? refers to the subject and is necessary to the basic meaning of the sentence
What is an intensive pronoun? emphasizes its antecedent and is unnecessary to the basic meaning of the sentence
What are the first person reflexive/intensive pronouns? myself, ourselves
What are the second person reflexive/intensive pronouns? yourself, yourselves
What are the third person reflexive/intensive pronouns? himself, herself, itself, themself
Created by: Meghan.Hogan