POFT1301 Chapter 4 - Pronouns
Business English 12e Guffey and Seefer
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A pronoun that shows ownership such as her.
A noun or a pronoun that answers the question What?, or Whom?.
Indicates how many are speaking; can be singular or plural.
The form of a personal pronoun, including subjective, objective and possessive.
The person being spoken about, such as he.
The person spoken to, such as you.
The person speaking, such as I.
A noun or pronoun to which a pronoun refers.
A pronoun such as each other or one another that indicates a mutual relationship.
A pronoun such as this, that, these, or those that designates a specific person or thing.
A pronoun such as who, whose, or which that replaces a noun in a question.
A pronoun such as who, whom, whose, that, or which that joins a subordinate clause to an antecedent.
A pronoun that ends in -self or -selves and emphasizes or reflects on its antecedent.
A word or group of words that explains or renames a previously mentioned noun or pronoun.
A statement showing comparison that is often introduced by words such as than or as.
Occurs in a sentence when persons or objects are compared to one another, often resulting in implied words.
A shortened (contracted) form of a subject or verb such as it's for it is.
object of a preposition
A noun or pronoun that follows a preposition in a prepositional phrase.
A noun or pronoun that answers the question To whom?, For whom?, or For what?.
A pronoun used primarily as the subject of a verb.
Indicates the sex of the person speaking, the person spoken to, or the person spoken of; includes masculine, feminine, or neuter (neither feminine or masculine).
Indicates who is speaking; includes first person, second person, and third person.
A pronoun that indicates the person speaking, the person being spoken to, or the person or object spoken of.
A word used in place of a noun in order to add variety and efficiency to your writing.
A noun such as council, staff, or flock that refers to a collection of people, animals, or objects.
A pronoun such as anyone, everybody, or something that refers to no specific person or object.
A verb that expresses a state of being and that generally links the subject to a word that describes or renames it.
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