Pronouns (Personal Pronouns (A pronoun is used to replaced a noun, Subject…
A pronoun is used to replaced a noun
Subject Pronoun: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, you
Objects Pronoun: Me, you, her, him, it, us, you, them
Possesive Pronouns: Mine, yours, hers, his, ours, yours, theirs
Possesive Adjective: My (name), your (name), her his its (name), our (name), your (name), their (name)
Agreement with generic nouns
With generic noun, a singular masculine pronoun has been used traditionally, but now, it can be used masculine and fememine pronouns to refer a noun.
Example: A student should always do his or her homework.
An option to choose instead of choosing masculine or fememine pronouns is to use a plural pronoun.
Indefinite pronouns: Everyone, everybody, everything (the others is the same but instead of every, we use some, any, and no)
Everyone left their books on their desks.
Forms of other
Other/ Others: Several more in adition
Another: One more in adition to or different frome the one(s) already mentioned
The others: All the remains of a given number
Another: Is used as an adjective with expressions of time money or distance
Example: Another student is from Irak. Other students are from Brazil. The other book is yours. I need another five dollars
You, one and they as impersonal pronouns
One means any person.
You means any person
They is used as an impersonal pronoun
One should say hello. You should be polite. They grow a lot of corn here
A reflxive pronoun is used as the object of the verb when the subject of the sentence and the object are the same person.
Reflexive Pronouns: Myself, yourselfe, himself, herself, itself, oneself, ourselves, yourselves,
Larry was in the theater. I saw him. I talk Him