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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

Pronouns Part II


Relative pronouns pronouns that play the part of the noun in the sentence

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

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

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

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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