Analyzing English Grammar. A brief learning tutorial by Ms. Overly. Pronouns. Pronouns can replace nouns or other pronouns. They are often classified as: Personal Subjective : I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they Objective : me, you, her, him, it, us, you, them
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Analyzing English Grammar
A brief learning tutorial by Ms. Overly
Subjective: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
Objective: me, you, her, him, it, us, you, them
Possessive: mine, yours, hers, his, ours, theirs
Demonstrative: this, these, that, those
Interrogative: who, whom, which, what
Relative: who, whom, which, what, that
Reflexive: myself, yourself,
Indefinite: all, any, many, nobody, few, another
Intensive: myself, himself, themselves
Please select the appropriate pronouns.
Like you and I/me, Abby enjoys movies and popcorn.
*Me is the appropriate choice, because both you and me are objects of the preposition like.
1.) When you and he/him start planning the end-of-the-semester party, send an email to Jim and she/her.
2.) If he/him and she/her find out in time, they can help decorate.
3.) Our group will provide live music if you let the band and I/me know the date.
4.) Unless both he/him and I/me study this weekend, we will have absolutely nothing to celebrate.
5.) Abby is going to ask you and she/her whether she is invited to the party.
“How poor are
they who have
Relative clauses give essential
information to help identify a
particular person or thing.
Commas are not used in
defining relative clauses.
There are three cases for
Subjective (who, that, which)
Objective (who, whom, that, which, where, when, why)
The antecedent refers to the
noun that the relative stands for
in the clause.
Ex. An English student is someone who studies literature.
Combine the set of simple sentences into a single
sentence, using a relative. You may change the order of
English tourists like to visit the Riviera.
The Riviera is warmer and sunnier than England.
We want to get rid of the bookshelf.
Uncle George gave us the bookshelf.
Ex. Emily runs around the house.
Ex. Emily is running around the house.
Ex. Emily is happy to run around the house.
Ex. Emily is a runner.
Ex. Emily enjoys running.
Ex. The dog ate the treat.
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EducationUniversity of Nevada, Reno
English Major, Journalism Minor
Attending Years: August 2002-December 2004
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
B.A. in English
Graduated: December 2006
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
Graduation Date: December 2008
Relevant Work ExperienceEditor of the Brushfire 2004 (UNR)
UNLV Writing Center Consultant
August 2006-August 2008
Coronado High School English teacher
Eng. IH and World Literature
Accomplishments/ Personal Interests
Millennium Scholar Recipient
CSUN Scholarship Recipient
UNR and UNLV Deans’ Lists
Master’s GPA 4.0
I enjoy reading, writing short stories and essays, tutoring students, and traveling