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Pronoun Notes. The cases of pronouns are: Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Possessive Pronoun. Subject pronouns. may only be used for SUBJECTS or PREDICATE NOMINATIVES (noun or pronoun that refers back to the subject). Object pronouns.

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Pronoun notes

Pronoun Notes


Pronoun notes

  • The cases of pronouns are:

    • Subject Pronouns

    • Object Pronouns

    • Possessive Pronoun


Subject pronouns

Subject pronouns

  • may only be used for SUBJECTS or PREDICATE NOMINATIVES (noun or pronoun that refers back to the subject).


Object pronouns

Object pronouns

  • are used as Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Object of the Prepositions.


Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronouns

  • show ownership

  • their, our, mine, my, his, her


Antecedent

ANTECEDENT

  • the word that the pronoun refers to or replaces.

  • You must consider the gender and the number when choosing pronouns for antecedents.


Pronoun notes

  • Subject Pronouns

    Singular Plural

    First Person I We

    Second Person you you

    Third Person he, she, it they

  • Object Pronoun

    Singular Plural

    Fist Person me us

    Second Person you you

    Third Person him, her, it them


Pronoun notes

  • Possessive Pronouns

    Singular Plural

    First Person my, mine our, ours

    Second Person your, yours your, yours

    Third Person his, her, hers, its their, theirs

    Shows Ownership


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