Study Guide (Subject Pronouns (I, You, He, She, It, We, They, What, Who. ,…
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.