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  1. Carmelita is a pretty girl. The girl has flawless skin and beautiful smiles. That is why, many people admire the girl.

  2. Carmelita is a pretty girl. The girl has flawless skin and beautiful smiles. That is why, many people admire the girl.

  3. Carmelita is a pretty girl. She has flawless skin and beautiful smiles. That is why, many people admire her.

  4. PRONOUNS A pronoun replaces a noun.

  5. KINDS OF PRONOUNS:1. Personal Pronoun2. Relative Pronoun3. Interrogative Pronoun4. Possessive Pronoun5. Distributive Pronoun6. Indefinite Pronoun7. Demonstrative Pronoun

  6. Personal Pronouns -refers to the person speaking, person spoken to, or the person or thing spoken of. -refer chiefly to persons

  7. Forms of the Personal Pronouns 1. First Person- personal pronouns referring to the speaker. I, my, mine, me (singular) we, our, ours, us (plural) 2. Second Person- personal pronouns referring to the person spoken to. you, your, yours(same forms in both singular and plural) 3. Third Person- personal pronouns referring to the persons or things spoken about. he, his, she, her, hers, it, its (singular) they, their, theirs, them (plural)

  8. 1. You are working too hard.2. He bought a new phone.

  9. 1. He is dreaming. (George)2. It is green. (the blackboard)3. We are watching TV. (my mother and I)4. They are in the garden. (the flowers)5. She is from Cotabato. (Marian)

  10. Compound Personal Pronouns A compound personal pronoun is a pronoun formed by adding self or selves to some personal pronouns.

  11. Forms of the Compound Personal Pronouns

  12. The two uses for these Compound Personal Pronouns are as Reflexive Pronouns and as Intensive Pronouns. • Reflexive Pronoun- is an object referring to the same person or thing as the subject. • Example: • The pregnant teenager killed herself. • Ding bought the shirt for himself. • An Intensive Pronoun- is used to emphasize a noun or pronoun preceding it. • Example: • Fred and I treated ourselves to a movie. • I, myself wrote the book.

  13. 1. She wrote a story about herself. 2. I am peace with myself. 3. We wash our family clothes ourselves. 4. I hate myself for letting him go. 5. My cousins and friends organized the party themselves.

  14. 1. Be sure that everyone brings ____________ own book.  -his or her -their 2.  If anyone calls, tell ____________ that I'll be back in half an hour.  -him or her -them3.  Joe and ____________ have been close friends for many years.  -me -I4.  Did you see Derek and ____________ at the game?  -her -she5.  Between you and ____________ , this politician cannot be trusted.  -me -I

  15. 6. Each person in the room turned ____________ head to the front when the teacher entered. -their-his7.  We know that we can count on James, Anne, and ____________ . -Her-She8.  Rhonda explained that ____________ and her sister had often eaten at that restaurant. -her-she9.  Most of the workers were wearing ____________ hard hats. - His or her -Their 10.  It's always best for a student to ask questions when ____________ doesn't understand a problem. -she-they

  16. DAY 2

  17. Relative Pronoun A relative pronoun introduces a clause and refers to or describes its antecedent. Examples: using who, whom, which, that and what

  18. 1. The girl who talks much got the lowest grade in English.2. Harry saw the man whom we visited last week.

  19. Interrogative PronounsAn interrogative pronoun is a pronoun used in asking question.WHO is used for persons;WHICH is used for ideas or things;WHAT is used for things.THAT is used for either.

  20. 1. What is Ana’s favorite hobby?2. Who was the first man on the moon?3. Which is your book?

  21. Possessive Pronouns- The possessive pronoun stands for the possessor and the thing possessed. - The possessive pronouns are hers, his, its, mine, ours, theirs, and yours.

  22. 1. This land is mine.2. The beautiful orchids are hers.

  23. 1. I’ll never forget what I heard today.2. The red carper is mine.3. My portrait, which was painted last year, was stolen.4. Who is your favorite teacher?5. Which questions give you the most trouble?

  24. 1. This is the boy ____had an accident.2. Yesterday, I saw the car ____was really old.3. ____ is on the coffee table.4. She likes hamburgers ____are hot.5. Can I talk to the girl ___is sitting on the bench?

  25. 6. This is the man ____house is on fire.7. ___ate the last pizza?8. You should bring the book ____you love most.9. Hector is a photographer ____does great work. 10. ____on earth is that?

  26. DAY 3

  27. Distributive Pronouns-Distributive pronouns refer to people or things taken one by one.Examples:1. Everyplayer in the conference is a candidate for MVP.2. Eachof the students pays a membership fee to the English club.

  28. Indefinite PronounIndefinite pronoun refers to no special person or thing. It uses: each, some, any, either, many, few, all, anyone, nothing, everything, someone and anything.Examples:1. Anyonecan see, what you mean to me.2. Nobodyclaimed responsible for the killing.

  29. Demonstrative PronounDemonstrative pronoun point to a person or a thing. There are 2 demonstrative pronouns: this with its plural these and that with its plural those. Examples:That is my collection of books.Those are John’s shoes.

  30. Across1. You're too young to go out by ___.2. He told ___ to do it, but we forgot.4. His new machine is driving ___ crazy.6. Switzerland is famous for ___ watches, chocolate...8. They plan to move to ___ new house soon.10. Give it to him, not to ___.11. ___ have done our share.12. There's no secret between you and ___ .Down1. ___ should do your work.3. ___ hasn't sold her car yet.4. She cut ___ badly.5. I trust him. He's an old friend of ___.7. ___ is John's new girlfriend.9. Mary went out with a friend of ___.10. Talk to Mr. Green and tell ___ about your plans.