Pronouns

A way of speaking

Interrogative pronouns

A interrogative pronoun is like a question, an example is

What time is it

Who stole the money

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Demonstrative pronouns

Demonstrative pronouns use this or that, an example is

This is a apple.

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Objective pronouns

Objective pronouns use him or me, an example is

She wanted to talk to me.

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Subjective pronouns

Subjective pronouns use she or I, an example is

I went to my friends house.

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Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronouns use mine or yours, an example is

That pencil is mine.

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Compound pronouns

Compound pronouns use myself and ourselves, an example is

I hurt myself.

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Indefinite pronouns

Indefinite pronouns use many, a few, etc., an example is

Many kids play video games.

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Numeral pronouns

Numeral pronouns use numbers, an example is

I have six books on my shelve.

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Antecedents

Antecedents Is a thing, an example is

Marsha sang her new song.

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