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Pronouns 01 - Conversational English 01
I
you
he
she
yo
tu
el
ella
I
yo
you
tu
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English Pronouns
Subjective Personal Pronoun
Objective Personal Pronoun
Possessive Pronoun
Possessive Adjectives
I you he she it we you they
me you him her it us you them
mine yours his hers its ours yours theirs
my your his her its our your their
Subjective Personal Pronoun
I you he she it we you they
Objective Personal Pronoun
me you him her it us you them
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English- Pronouns
Pronoun
Antecedant
Personal pronouns
What are some first person singular an…
Used in place of one or more nouns or other pronouns
When a pronoun is in place of a not the noun is the _________…
Refers to speaking in first person, second person, or about s…
Singular: I, me, mine... Plural: we, us, our, ours
Pronoun
Used in place of one or more nouns or other pronouns
Antecedant
When a pronoun is in place of a not the noun is the _________…
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English - PRONOUNS
Demonstrative Pronoun
Interrogative Pronoun
Personal Pronoun
Relative Pronoun
Points out a person, place, thing, or idea.
Introduces a question.
Used to refer to a specific person or thing.
A pronoun that is used to connect a phrase or a clause to a n…
Demonstrative Pronoun
Points out a person, place, thing, or idea.
Interrogative Pronoun
Introduces a question.
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english pronouns
PERSONAL PRONOUNS
POSSESSVIVE PRONOUNS
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
I you he she it
mine yours my your
myself yourself (yourselves) himself herself
that which who
PERSONAL PRONOUNS
I you he she it
POSSESSVIVE PRONOUNS
mine yours my your
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[English] Types of pronouns
Personal
Reflexive
Intensive
Demonstrative
Refers to the one speaking, the one spoken to, or the one spo…
Ends with -self or -selves and is necessary to the sentence
Ends with -self or -selves but isn't necessary to the sentence.
Points out a person, place, thing, or idea
Personal
Refers to the one speaking, the one spoken to, or the one spo…
Reflexive
Ends with -self or -selves and is necessary to the sentence
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English Pronoun Example of pronouns
Demonstrative
Reflexive
Intensive
Indefinite
this, that, these, those, etc. Sentence: That is a dog.
myself, etc. Sentence: Joe saw himself in the mirror.
herself, etc. Sentence: The president himself made a speech.
each, most, neither, everyone, etc. Sentence: Everyone was…
Demonstrative
this, that, these, those, etc. Sentence: That is a dog.
Reflexive
myself, etc. Sentence: Joe saw himself in the mirror.
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English Pronouns
Pronoun
Personal Pronoun
What type of words are First Person of…
What type of words are Second Person o…
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun, a group o…
A personal pronoun refers to a specific person or thing and c…
Singular Plural ... 1) my 1) we... 2) mine 2) us
Singular Plural ... 1) you 1) you
Pronoun
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun, a group o…
Personal Pronoun
A personal pronoun refers to a specific person or thing and c…
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English Pronouns
Antecedent Pronoun
Ex: of an Antecedent
Personal Pronoun
Ex: of an Personal
a noun or pronoun that a pronoun refers to
Vlera doesn't like puppies. She loves them
pronoun that is refering to a person or thing
She, he, his, her, we, them, us
Antecedent Pronoun
a noun or pronoun that a pronoun refers to
Ex: of an Antecedent
Vlera doesn't like puppies. She loves them
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English Pronouns
Interrogative pronouns do what?
Interrogative pronouns consist of whic…
Examples of Interrogative pronouns...
What are relative pronouns?
Ask questions
who, whom, whose, which, what
Who is at the door?... Whose is that?... Which did you buy?... What is…
They introduce a relative clause.
Interrogative pronouns do what?
Ask questions
Interrogative pronouns consist of whic…
who, whom, whose, which, what
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English Pronouns
Pronouns agree in what two things?
Some nominative pronouns are?
The nominative pronouns function as?
Some objective pronouns are?
Number and gender
I, he, she, you, it, we, they, who
Subject or PN
Me, him, her, you, it, us, them, whom
Pronouns agree in what two things?
Number and gender
Some nominative pronouns are?
I, he, she, you, it, we, they, who
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Subject pronouns in English
HE
SHE
THEY
IT
A POLICE OFFICER
A DOCTOR
FRIENDS
A PLATYPUS
HE
A POLICE OFFICER
SHE
A DOCTOR
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English Pronouns
First Person Personal
Second Person Personal
Third Person Personal
First Person Reflexive
I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, ours
you, your, yours
he, him, his, she, her, hers, it, its, they, them, their, the…
myself, ourselves
First Person Personal
I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, ours
Second Person Personal
you, your, yours
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English pronouns
I
You
He
She
Аз
Ти
Той
Тя
I
Аз
You
Ти
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English Pronouns
ich
du
er
sie (Mädchen)
I
you
he
she
ich
I
du
you
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English personal pronouns
I
you
he
she
yo
él
ella
I
yo
you
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english pronouns
pronoun
Antecedent
person
Number
A word that is used in place of a noun or another pronoun
the word that a personal pronoun refers to
personal pronouns have different forms for first person perso…
pronouns can be singular or plural
pronoun
A word that is used in place of a noun or another pronoun
Antecedent
the word that a personal pronoun refers to
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English pronouns
Personal
Interrogative
Demonstrative
Reflexive
( I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us, and them )…
Starts a question
The pronoun takes the place of the noun phrase. The adjective…
used when the object of a sentence is the same as the subject…
Personal
( I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us, and them )…
Interrogative
Starts a question
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ENGLISH PRONOUNS
INDEFINITE PRONOUN
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN
RELATIVE PRONOUN
REFERS TO UNIDENTIFIED PERSON,PLACES,THINGS,OR IDEAS
POINTS TO SPECIFIC PERSONS,PLACES,THINGS,OR IDEAS
A PRONOUN THAT IS USED TO ASK A QUESTION. REMEMBER THAT INTER…
INTRODUCE CLAUSES.(WHO,WHICH,THAT,SO FORTH)
INDEFINITE PRONOUN
REFERS TO UNIDENTIFIED PERSON,PLACES,THINGS,OR IDEAS
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN
POINTS TO SPECIFIC PERSONS,PLACES,THINGS,OR IDEAS
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English Pronouns
Each
Either
Neither
One
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Each
Singular
Either
Singular
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Pronouns in Spanish-English
I
you
he
she
Yo
él
ella
I
Yo
you
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English pronouns
Indefinite pronoun
Demonstrative pronoun
Demonstrative adjective
Interrogative pronoun
Refers to a person, place, thing or idea that may or may not…
Points out a person, a place, a thing, or an idea-this, that,…
The word is in front of a noun, describing it- This pie is de…
Introduces a question-what, whose, which, who, whom
Indefinite pronoun
Refers to a person, place, thing or idea that may or may not…
Demonstrative pronoun
Points out a person, a place, a thing, or an idea-this, that,…
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English Pronouns
1st pronouns
2nd pronouns
3rd pronouns
singular nominative (nom)
pronouns having to do with "me"
pronouns having to do with "you"
pronouns having to do with everyone else
I, you, he, she, it
1st pronouns
pronouns having to do with "me"
2nd pronouns
pronouns having to do with "you"
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Spanish/English pronouns
I
You (informal / someone you can call b…
You (formal / someone you cannot call…
He
Yo
Usted
Él
I
Yo
You (informal / someone you can call b…
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english pronouns
pronoun
antecedant
personal pronouns
1st person
takes the place of a noun
the noun that the pronoun replaces
grouped in 1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person
the person speaking or writing (I, we, me, us)
pronoun
takes the place of a noun
antecedant
the noun that the pronoun replaces
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English Pronouns
Singular
Plural
Singular or plural
Nominative case pronouns
Each, Either, Neither, one, everyone, no one, nobody, anyone,…
Both, few, several, many
Some, any, more, all, most
I, he, she, we, they, who, whoever
Singular
Each, Either, Neither, one, everyone, no one, nobody, anyone,…
Plural
Both, few, several, many
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English Pronouns
Reflexive/Intensive
Reflexive/Intensive
Reflexive/Intensive
Reflexive/Intensive
Yourself/yourselves
Yourselves
Himself/herself
Itself/themselves
Reflexive/Intensive
Yourself/yourselves
Reflexive/Intensive
Yourselves
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English Pronouns
Possesive pronouse
Intensive
Reflexive
Relative
Mine, his, hers, yours, ours
Myself, himself, herself, yourself, themselves
Myself, himself, herself, yourself, itself
That, who, whom, whose, which
Possesive pronouse
Mine, his, hers, yours, ours
Intensive
Myself, himself, herself, yourself, themselves
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English -pronouns
Demonstrative
Interrogative
Relative
Indefinite
This, these, that, those---those were the best
Who, whom, whose, which, what---what is that?
Who, whom, whose, which, that - connect adjective -words modi…
Few, many, more, much, anyone, all, somebody, everyone,... Anybo…
Demonstrative
This, these, that, those---those were the best
Interrogative
Who, whom, whose, which, what---what is that?
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english pronouns
personal
possessive
reflexive/intensive
interrogative
i... me... she... he... it... we... they... them
my... mine... our... ours... his... her... hers... it ... its... their... theirs... your... yours
myself... himself... herself... oneself... itself ... myself ... ourselves ... you…
who... whose... whom ... when ... what
personal
i... me... she... he... it... we... they... them
possessive
my... mine... our... ours... his... her... hers... it ... its... their... theirs... your... yours
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English Pronouns
Pronouns
First person singular pronoun
first person plural pronoun
second person singular pronoun
a word used in place of a noun or another pronoun
I, me
we, us
you
Pronouns
a word used in place of a noun or another pronoun
First person singular pronoun
I, me
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English Pronouns
Pronoun
Antecedent
I, he, she, we, they, you, it
Me, him, her, us , them, you, it
Word that replaces the noun
Word the pronoun replaces
Subject
Object
Pronoun
Word that replaces the noun
Antecedent
Word the pronoun replaces
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Pronouns English
reflexive
intensive
Interrogative
relative
myself himself yourself herself itself ourselves;;... renames a…
myself himself yourself herself itself ourselves;;... adds empha…
who whom whose what which;; ... used to ask a question;;... " who
who(ever) whom(ever) whose(ever) which(ever) that;;... used to b…
reflexive
myself himself yourself herself itself ourselves;;... renames a…
intensive
myself himself yourself herself itself ourselves;;... adds empha…
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English Pronouns
pronoun
predicate nominative
objective case
direct object
a word that takes the place of a noun
a word, phrase, or clause that completes a being (linking) ve…
pronouns in the _____ case are used as direct objects, indire…
a noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb or sho…
pronoun
a word that takes the place of a noun
predicate nominative
a word, phrase, or clause that completes a being (linking) ve…
English Pronouns
NOMINATIVE CASE
OBJECTIVE CASE
POSSESSIVE CASE PRONOUNS!! -----------…
POSSESSIVE CASE ADJECTIVES -----------…
First person singular:I ... Second person singular : you ... Thir…
First person singular: me... Second person singular: you... Third…
First person singular: mine... Second person singular: yours... T…
First person singular: my... Second person singular: your... Thir…
NOMINATIVE CASE
First person singular:I ... Second person singular : you ... Thir…
OBJECTIVE CASE
First person singular: me... Second person singular: you... Third…
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English pronouns
I
You
He
She
Subject case
Subject case
Subject case
Subject case
I
Subject case
You
Subject case
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English Pronouns
Pronoun
Personal Pronoun
Possessive Pronoun
Interrogative
Person, place or thing
He, she, it
His, hers, mines, theirs
Who, what, where, when, why
Pronoun
Person, place or thing
Personal Pronoun
He, she, it
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English Pronouns
Subjective/Nominative
1st
2nd
3rd
Endings
i we
you you
he, she, it they
Subjective/Nominative
Endings
1st
i we
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ENGLISH pronouns
Interrogative
Examples of interrogative
Reflexive
Examples of reflexive
Used to ask a question
Who why which what where when how
Reflects back to the personal pronoun
I myself went to the dance . "Myself" reflects back to "i"
Interrogative
Used to ask a question
Examples of interrogative
Who why which what where when how
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English Pronouns
I
We
You
You (plural)
Subject
Subject
Subject
Subject
I
Subject
We
Subject
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English pronouns
I
You
He
She
Nominative
Nominative
Nominative
Nominative
I
Nominative
You
Nominative
12 terms
English pronouns
First person singular
First person plural
Second person plural
Second person singular
I, me, my, mine,
Us, we, our, ours
You, your, yours,
You, your, yours,
First person singular
I, me, my, mine,
First person plural
Us, we, our, ours
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English Pronouns
I
You
He
She
Subject Form
Subject and Object Form
Subject Form
Subject Form
I
Subject Form
You
Subject and Object Form
25 terms
English Pronouns
Column 1 pronouns
Column 2 pronouns
Column 1 rules
Column 2 rules
I, you, he she, it, we, you, they
Me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
Subject, Predicate Nominative
Op, Do, Io
Column 1 pronouns
I, you, he she, it, we, you, they
Column 2 pronouns
Me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
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English: Pronouns
pronoun
antecedent
personal pronouns
interrogative pronouns
a word that takes the place of a noun
the word for which a pronoun stands... *not always stated... *the o…
refers to the speaker (I, me, we, us, my, mine, our, ours)
are used to ask a question (who, whom, whose, which, what)
pronoun
a word that takes the place of a noun
antecedent
the word for which a pronoun stands... *not always stated... *the o…
24 terms
English pronouns
singular, subject, first
singular, subject, second
Singular, subject, third
singular, object, first
I
you
he, she, it
me
singular, subject, first
I
singular, subject, second
you
10 terms
english pronouns
nominative pronouns can be used as
objective pronouns receive
possessive pronouns show
reflexive pronouns
subject of the sentence
the action
ownership
reflects back to self
nominative pronouns can be used as
subject of the sentence
objective pronouns receive
the action
16 terms
English: pronouns
personal pronouns
personal pronoun
possessive pronouns
possessive pronoun
I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us, and them.
When Bob finds the key, HE will put IT somewhere safe.
my, mine, your, yours, her, hers, his, its, our, ours, their,…
Look at these pictures. MINE is the big one.
personal pronouns
I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us, and them.
personal pronoun
When Bob finds the key, HE will put IT somewhere safe.
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English Pronouns
Interrogative
Indefinite
Antecedent
Pronoun
Used to ask questions
That refer to an unarmed person or thing no antecedent
The noun that the pronoun responds to
A word that is used in place of an noun
Interrogative
Used to ask questions
Indefinite
That refer to an unarmed person or thing no antecedent
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English Pronouns
pronoun
singular pronouns
plural pronouns
subjective pronouns
a word that takes the place of a noun
I,me,you,he,him,she,her,it
we,us,you,they,them
I,we,you,he,she,it,they
pronoun
a word that takes the place of a noun
singular pronouns
I,me,you,he,him,she,her,it
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