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Pronouns I

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full noun
We use pronouns in place of a:
I (subject)
Me (object) [give subject]
You (subject)
You (object)
He (subject)
Him (object) [give subject]
She (subject)
Her (object) [give subject]
It (subject)
It (object) [give subject]
We (subject)
Us (object) [give subject]
They (subject)
Them (object)
the subject of the verb
Subject pronouns are used as:
always have a subject
English clauses, except for the imperative * * * *.
the object of the verb
Object pronouns are used after prepositions as:
Dummy subjects:
people in general (inc. the speaker/listener)
You/They pronouns are used to talk about:
Mine (possessive pronoun)
My (possessive adjective) [give possessive pronoun]
Yours (possessive pronoun)
Your (possessive adjective) [give possessive pronoun]
His (possessive pronoun)
His (possessive adjective) [type possessive pronoun]
Hers (possessive pronoun)
Her (possessive adjective) [give possessive pronoun]
Its (possessive pronoun)
Its (possessive adjective)
Ours (possessive pronoun)
Our (possessive adjective) [give possessive pronoun]
Theirs (possessive pronoun)
Their (possesive adjective) [give possessive pronoun]
noun phrases
Possessive pronouns can be used after 'of' and after ___ ___.
near us
This/These are used as pronouns to talk about people or things that are:
not near us
That/Those are used as pronouns to talk about things that are:
show proximity
(This, these, that, those) with nouns:
to avoid unnecessary repetition
(One) and (ones) are used after (which) to ask questions, and also * * * *.
We also use _____ to refer back to something someone said or did.
__________ are also used to introduce people, to introduce ouselves on the phone.