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Pronouns Part II. Relative Pronouns  Pronouns that play the part of the noun in the sentence. Which, Who, Whom and Whose Examples:     The dog, which was sick, got better.     The girl, whose toy broke, cried.

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Pronouns Part II


Relative Pronouns Pronouns that play the part of the noun in the sentence.

Which, Who, Whom and Whose

Examples:

    The dog, which was sick, got better.

    The girl, whose toy broke, cried


Interrogative Pronouns:Pronouns that introduce a question with reference to a person or thing.

        Who, What,That, Which,

        Whom, Whose, Whomever,

        Whichever, and Whenever

Examples:

What is that thing floating in the water? 

Who is that girl wearing the blue shirt?


Demonstrative Pronouns:Pronouns that point to something or someone

This, That, These, and Those

Examples:

This is the book I wanted to read.

Get that from him.


Indefinite Pronouns:Pronouns that refer to a group of people or things

Everybody, Nobody, Somebody, Anybody, Every one, No one, Someone, Anyone, Each, Other, Least, Most, Few, Some, Little, A lot, All, and None

Examples:

Everybody has a notebook.

There is plenty for all.


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