PRONOUNS. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun or another pronoun. A pronoun can refer to a person, place, thing, or idea. The word that a pronoun refers to is called the antecedent. Raymon visited Death Valley, and he was impressed. Refers to .
Raymonvisited Death Valley, and he was impressed.
Subject:He read about Death Valley.
Object: Julie asked him about the rocks.
Possessive: Ramon brought his book.
You and he think the movie was scary.
The owner was he.
The mysterious death of king Tut fascinates me.
Chu lent me a video on the topic.
We will save the video foryou.
Object of a
The Chinese museum kept its amazing secret for years.
No one saw the mummies in their colorful clothes.
Then Professor Mair and his tour group arrived.
Houdini called himself a master escape artist.
You yourselves have seen magic shows on TV.
Who made up this riddle?
Who knows the answer to the riddle?
Your favorite comedian is who?
Whom did you tell?
To whom did you give my name?
Louis writes his own detective stories.
Agatha Christie writes mysteries. Her stories are famous.
One story has its setting in Egypt.
The characters have their motives for murder.
Louis likes his mysteries to have surprise endings.
You want a story to grab your attention.
Something unusual is going on in Loch Ness.
Has anyone photographed the Loch Ness monster?
Everyone took his or her camera to the lake.
One dropped his camera in the water.
Several reported their sightings of the monster.
Many could not believe their own eyes!
We owners don’t always understand our pets.
Dogs and cats often surprise us owners.
Kathy and he decided to research a mystery.
The research team was Jim and I.
Samantha asked Jim and me about the movie.
Kathy loaned our report to Mac and her.
Jim, like the others, brought his map. (His agrees with Jim, not with others.)
Five planes from a Navy airfield lost their way in the Bermuda triangle. (Their agrees with planes, not with airfield.)