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PRONOUNS. What are pronouns and antecedents?. I. Pronouns & Antecedents Pronoun – a word that replaces a noun Antecedent – the noun(s) to which a pronoun refers. Unit 6 Pronouns. II. Personal Pronouns Subject Pronouns 1. Replace nouns as subjects of a sentence. 2. Include:.

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unit 6 pronouns
What are pronouns and antecedents?

I. Pronouns & Antecedents

Pronoun – a word that replaces a noun

Antecedent – the noun(s) to which a pronoun refers

Unit 6 Pronouns

II. Personal Pronouns

  • Subject Pronouns

1. Replace nouns as subjects of a

sentence.

2. Include:

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Singular Plural

I we

you you

he, she, it they

B. Object Pronouns

1. Replace nouns as a direct

object in a sentence.

2. Include:

Singular Plural

me us

you you

him, her, it them

What are Personal Pronouns?

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III. Possessive Pronouns

A. Replace possessive nouns in

a sentence

B. Include:

1. Used with a noun

Singular Plural

my our

your your

his, her, its their

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What are possessive pronouns?

What are interrogative pronouns?

2. Stand Alone

Singular Plural

mine ours

yours yours

his, hers, its theirs

IV. Interrogative Pronouns

A. Used to create questions

B. Who – a subject pronoun

C. Whom – an object pronoun

D. Whose – a possessive pronoun

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V. Indefinite Pronouns

A. Do not have clear antecedents

B. Singular Include:

nobody anybody everybody somebody

nothing anything everything something

anyone everyone someone

each

C. Plurals Include:

all, both, few, many,

others, several, some

(Aboy found monkeys on Sesame Street)

What are indefinite pronouns?