Different kinds of pronouns

Subjective case pronouns

Subjective pronouns use the words like I, she, he, and etc.

I went to the store. She went to the store.

Objective Case Pronouns

Objective case pronouns is when you use me, him, her, etc.

Examples: she is a good athlete. That is a good idea.

Possessive Pronouns

Possessive pronouns use the words mine, yours, ours, etc. Also, needs a noun after the possessive pronoun.

Examples: That is your pencil. Your car is a lot faster than my car.

Compound Personal Pronouns

Compound Personal Pronouns use the words myself, ourselves, etc.two words smushed together to make a different word.


My + self= myself




I am going by myself. She is by herself.


Antecedent is a noun or pronoun that a pronoun replaces or refers to.

Use a singular pronoun to refer to a singular antecedent.

Use a plural pronoun to refer to plural antecedent.

The pronoun must agree in person with the antecedent.

The gender of the pronoun has to be the same as the gender of the antecedent.


He is driving a car.

She went to the store.

Demonstrative Pronoun

They point out things or people.

Using that, these, this, those.


These are pyramids.

This is called hang gliding.

Numeral Pronouns

They use numbers.1 2 3 etc.


There are 3.

Are you finished with all 5?

Indefinite Pronouns

Pronouns that do refer to a definite person or thing. Using another, anybody, each, either, several, some, many, etc.


Last weekend we made some.

Can I have some.

Interrogative Pronouns

Using is, are, does, can, did, and more, in a question. They ask questions. (Why, Who, what, which, whose, whom)


What is happening?

Who can do this?