English Grammar – Pronouns – Demonstrative Pronouns

What are Pronouns? Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of the nouns. Demonstrative PronounsDemonstrative Pronouns are those pronouns which refer to or point to some noun.Example: Singular: This, ThatPlural: These, Those Examples: This is my car. Have you seen this?This is a beautiful place.Come here and have a …

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English Grammar – Pronouns – Reflexive Pronouns

What are Pronouns? Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of the nouns. Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns show the effect of the action on the subject in the sentence. For example: Myself, Himself, Herself, Itself, Themselves, Ourselves etc. Examples: I will do it myself. I enjoy …

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English Grammar – Pronouns – Relative Pronouns

What are Pronouns? Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of the nouns. Relative PronounsRelative pronouns combine two sentences and refer to the relation with the noun used before them. Examples: Who, Whose, Whom, That, Which Examples: Do you know the name of the author who …

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English Grammar – Pronouns – Interrogative Pronouns

What are Pronouns? Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of the nouns. Interrogative Pronouns Interrogative Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of Nouns and are used in interrogative sentences to ask questions. For example: Who, Whose, Whom, Which, What Examples: Whowrote this …

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English Grammar – Pronouns – Personal Pronouns

What are Pronouns?Pronouns are those words, which are used in place of the nouns.Personal PronounsThe pronouns, which are used for persons or group of persons are called personal pronouns. Personal pronouns are used in the following ways: Person Number Gender Function Subject Possessive Object First Singular Common I My, …

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