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A _________ is a word used in place of a noun or another __________.
The noun a pronoun stands for is called the __________.
The ____ does not have to appear before the ____ in a sentence. It often does, though, to keep sentences clear.
_________ ________ refer to a (specific person, place, object, or thing).
first person singular
I, me, mine, my.
first person plural
We, us, our, ours.
second person singular
You, your, yours. (1)
second person plural
You, your, yours. (2)
third person singular
He, him, his, she, her, hers, it.
third person plural
They, them, their, theirs.
__________ __________ show ownership.
(Your, yours, his, hers, its, ours, their, theirs, whose), are examples of:
Don’t confuse personal pronouns with __________.
Personal pronouns never have an ____, while contractions have an ____.
personal (or personal possessive) pronouns
(Yours, their, its, whose), are examples of:
(You're, they're, it's, who's), are examples of:
__________ __________ add information to a sentence by pointing back to a noun or pronoun near the beginning of the sentence.
-self or -selves
Reflexive pronouns end in:
__________ _________ also end in -self or -selves but just add (emphasis to the noun or pronoun).
____________ ____________ direct attention to a (specific person, place, or thing).
this, that, these, those
The four demonstative pronouns are:
____ ____ begin a subordinate clause/dependent clause.
that, which, who, whom, those
The five relative pronouns are:
A __________ _______ is a group of words that has both a subject and a verb but (unlike an independent clause) cannot stand alone as a sentence.
__________ __________ ask a question.
what, which, who, whom, whose.
The five interrogative pronouns are:
_________ ___________ refer to (people, places, objects, or things) without pointing to a specific one.
(Another, both, all, anyone, few, any, each, many, more, everyone, others, most, everybody, several, none, everything, some), are examples of: