WHO, WHOSE, WHOM, WHICH, WHAT
Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions (that require a noun or pronoun answer): (who, whom, whose (all three refer to people) and which and what (both refer to things).)
THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE
Demonstrative pronouns/adjectives (pronominals) are used to demonstrate or point: ____________
WHO, WHOSE, WHOM, WHICH, THAT.
Relative pronouns are words that relate an adjective clause to the main clause in a complex sentence. It relates to another noun or pronoun already used in the sentence. The relative pronouns are
each, either, neither
Distributive pronouns/adjectives (pronominals)-____________. EACH is always singular.
all another any anybody anyone anything both everybody everyone everything few many much nobody none no one nothing one several some somebody someone something such
Indefinite pronouns are words that do not have a definite antecedent, but they do replace more specific nouns.____________
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