Pronouns


Text to Speech
"Pronouns" is the word used instead noun to stop the repetition of Noun. 
The

word pronoun originally means "instead of name." Any word that is used instead
of a noun is called pronoun.
Types of pronoun:

  • Personal pronoun
  • Possessive pronoun
  • Objective pronoun
  • Reflexive pronoun
Pronoun Chart

Subjective
Pronoun

Objective
Pronoun
Possessive
Adjectives
Possessive
Pronouns
Reflexive
Pronouns
1st Person (S)Memyminemyself
1st Person (P)WeUsOuroursover selves
2nd PersonYouyouyoursyoursyourself
3rd Person (S)Hehimhishishimself
Sheherherhersherself
It ititsnot useditself
3rd Person (P)They themtheirtheirsthemselves

"Personal pronouns" are words to use instead of the name of the people,
animals, plants, and things to avoid repetition.
 It's
called personal pronoun because it has the people to do or what people are
communicating about. Examples of personal pronouns are: I, we, he, she,
it, it, us, her, them.

Entity shape of the personal pronoun

"Subject form of the personal pronoun" is a special form of the personal
pronoun, which describes someone or something that performs something in a
communication.

Examples of subjects in the form of personal pronouns:

  • I want to go to the amusement park.
  • We will paint the boat.
  • You can borrow the bike.
  • You can come to the party.
  • He bought a dog.
  • She wanted to get married soon.
  • It's really nice.
  • It needs to be painted.
  • the (ruling) They (they)
    wanted to rest soon.

"They" are mostly used in spoken language.