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P R O N O U N S a PRONOUN is used in place of a noun or even a pronoun. The ANTECDENT is the word that the pronoun stands for. . PERSONAL PRONOUNS. Refers to the person speaking (1 st person). Refers to the person spoken to (2 nd person).

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Personal pronouns

PRONOUNSa PRONOUN is used in place of a noun or even a pronoun.The ANTECDENT is the word that the pronoun stands for.


Personal pronouns
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

  • Refers to the person speaking (1st person).

  • Refers to the person spoken to (2nd person).

  • Refers to the one being spoken about (3rd person).


Personal pronouns1
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

I love daisies!!


Personal pronouns2
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

They are beautiful flowers.


Personal pronouns3
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

Do you like Daisies?


Personal pronouns4
PERSONAL PRONOUNS

  • My dad plays golf each week with his friends.

  • They aren’t professionals, but they have fun.

  • I like to read; do you?

  • Our class is reading Zach’s Lie.

  • She, you, or I will need to find it.

With your group, find all of the personal pronouns in the following sentences.


How did you do
How did you do??

  • My dad plays golf each week with his friends.

  • They aren’t but professionals they have fun.

  • I like to read; do you?

  • Our class is reading Zach’s Lie.

  • She, you, or I will need to find it.


Reflexive and intensive pronouns
REFLEXIVE and INTENSIVE pronouns

INTENSIVE PRONOUNS: emphasizes a noun or another pronoun in the sentence and IS NOT NECESSARY to the messing of the sentence.

REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS: refers to the subject and is NECESSARY to the meaning of the sentence.


Reflexive and intensive pronouns1
REFLEXIVE and INTENSIVE PRONOUNS

Reflexive: Mrs. Jones enjoyed herself at the game.

Intensive: I myself enjoyed the game.


Let s look at those two sentences again
Let’s look at those two sentences again.

  • Reflexive: Mrs. Jones enjoyed herself at the game.

REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS: refers to the subject and is NECESSARY to the meaning of the sentence.

If you take out HERSELF, the sentence is not clear!!!


Let s look at those two sentences again1
Let’s look at those two sentences again.

  • Intensive: I myself enjoyed the game.

INTENSIVE PRONOUNS: emphasizes a noun or another pronoun in the sentence and IS NOT NECESSARY to the messing of the sentence.

If you take out MYSELF, the sentence is still clear. 


Reflexive and intensive pronouns2
REFLEXIVE and INTENSIVE PRONOUNS

  • My dad bought himself a new putter.

  • Teachers themselves have homework, too.

  • Kathy considered herself to be lucky after her fall.

  • Larry himself loves French fries.

  • Sherry looked for a new dress herself.

With your group, label the following pronouns

REFLEXIVE or

INTENSIVE.


Demonstrative pronouns
Demonstrative Pronouns

this that

these those

This is awesome!

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS points out a person, a place, or a thing


Beware
BEWARE!!!

Demonstrative pronouns can

also be other things, too!!

DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVE:

  • Those shoesare

    bowling shoes!

Look for a noun after a demonstrative pronoun; If there is one. YOU HAVE A DEMOSTRATIVE ADJECTIVE!!!!


Demonstrative adjective or pronoun
Demonstrative ADJECTIVE or PRONOUN??

  • Did you lose that?

  • That dress is beautiful!

  • These shoes are too small.

  • That is mine.

  • Did you get me this?


Demonstrative adjective or pronoun1
Demonstrative ADJECTIVE or PRONOUN??

  • Did you lose that? pronoun

  • That dress is beautiful! adjective

  • These shoes are too small.adj

  • That is mine. pronoun

  • Did you get me this?pronoun


Interrogative pronouns
Interrogative Pronouns

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS begin a question.

Whose dog is this?

Who

Whom

Which

What

Whose


Indefinite pronouns
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS

each

all

any

anyone

either

both

many

few

everything

most

none

much

No one

more

other

somebody

one

several

some

*These are the most common indefinite pronouns; there are more*


Find the indefinite pronoun in each sentence
Find the indefinite pronoun in each sentence.

  • That one belongs to Joey.

  • Can anyone tell us the answer?

  • Many of you will do well on the test.

  • A few of you will drink milk tonight.

  • Everything I do is wrong!


Your answers
Your answers….

  • That one belongs to Joey.

  • Can anyone tell us the answer?

  • Many of you will do well on the test.

  • A few of you will drink milk tonight.

  • Everything I do is wrong!


Relative pronouns
Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns begin subordinate clauses.

The paper that you left at home was due today.

That

Who

Which

Whom

Whose

A subordinate clause + a sentence= COMPLEX SENTENCE


Complex sentences what is the subordinate clause what words is the relative pronoun
Complex Sentences…what is the subordinate clause?? What words is the relative pronoun??

  • The bug who is missing a leg is flopping around on the floor.

  • The missing book that I know nothing about is now in the hall.

  • The person whose name will not be revealed donated over a million dollars to the hospital.


How did you do1
How did you do??? words is the relative pronoun??

  • The bug who is missing a leg is flopping around on the floor.

  • The missing book that I know nothing about is now in the hall.

  • The person whose name will not be revealed donated over a million dollars to the hospital.