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First Person

Person speaking

Second Person

Person spoken to

Third Person

Person spoken about


it, its

Nominative Case

acts as the subject of the sentence or as the predicate nominative

Possessive Case

Substantive - Can act either as a subject or object
Adjectival - modifies a noun to indicate possession

Objective Case

Acts as the indirect or direct object or the object of a preposition

Interrogative Pronouns

Initiate a question > who whom (obj.), what, which (obj.)

indefinate Pronouns

Singular: anyone, anybody, anything, everybody, everyone, everything, somebody, someone, something, another, each, either, neither, nobody, nothing, none, one

Plural: All, any, both, enough, few, more, none, plenty, several, some

Portion Indicators: Singular; used with things that cannot be counted individually. All any, enough, less, little, more, much, none, plenty, some

Demonstrative Pronouns: This, that, these those

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