English nouns and pronouns test 1st 7th grade test

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Pronoun

Used in place of a noun or another pronoun

antecedent

the word a pronoun replaces

personal pronoun

refers to the one speaking (first person) refers to the one being spoken to (second person) the one being spoken about (third person)

Intensive pronoun

emphasizes the antecedent and it not needed

Reflexive pronoun

refers to subject and is needed

Relative pronoun

introduces subordinate clause

Indefinite pronoun

refers to a person place or thing that may or may not be specifically named

Interrogative pronoun

introduces a question

1st person personal pronouns

I me mine we us our ours

2nd person personal pronouns

you your yours

3rd person personal pronouns

he him his she her hers it its they them their theirs

1st person reflexive pronouns

myself ourselves

2nd person reflexive pronouns

yourself yourselves

3rd person reflexive pronouns

himself herself itself themselves

concrete noun

names a person place or thing that can be perceived by one or more of the senses

abstract noun

names a person place or thing that cannot be sensed

collective noun

even when it is singular names a group

common noun

names any one of a group of persons, places, things or ideas that are generally not capitalized

proper noun

names a particular person place or thing

subordinate clause

a dependent part of the sentence that cannot be left alone

Noun

Names a person place or thing

Compound noun

noun that consists of more than one stem

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