I, You, He, She, It, We, They, What, Who.
Personal pronoun that would be used as the subject of a verb in linguistics
Usually in the nominative case
Example: She asked the teacher if there was any homework assigned.
A personal pronoun used as an object.
It can be a object of a verb or preposition
Example: She pleaded her friend to stay at school a little longer.
Third person pronouns: He, Him, His, Himself, She, Her, Hers, Herself, It, Its, Itself, They, Them, Their, Theirs, Themselves.
Example: Zoe and her friends all walked to the nearby park.
A antecedent includes a subject and a pronoun.
Example: That house is mine, the one across the street.
A possessive word used in a sentance
Possessive Pronouns: Mine, Yours, His, Hers, Theirs, Ours, ect...
Used when an object of a sentence is the same as the subject.
It's a pronoun that is followed by a adjective, noun, pronoun, or adverb, it refers to the antecedent in the same clause.
Examples of reflective pronouns: Myself, Yourself, Himself, Herself, Itself, ect...
Reflective pronoun sentence: 12 people were invited to the party, including myself.
Examples of intensive pronouns: Myself, Yourself, Himself, Herself, Itself, Ourselves, Yourselves, Themselves.
They use reflexive pronouns so it could add emphasis to a subject in the sentence.
Example of a intensive pronoun in a sentence: Sammy wondered her herself if she could do all of the homework she was assigned in an hour.