Pronouns

So many pronouns!!

Here are some pronouns

There are many different types of pronouns. Let's start with plain old pronouns. Regular pronouns can refer to a person place or thing. Now let's talk about First, second and third person pronouns. These types of pronouns are each prersonal pronouns which have both singular and plural forms. Let's move on to personal pronouns. Each personal pronoun forms three cases, subject, object and possessive. Now let's talk about compound personal pronouns. These pronouns don't show up at the beginning of a sentence. Here is an example: The cat cleaned itself. We didn't know if the cat was a boy or girl so we just say itself. Let's move on to interrogative pronouns. They interrogate and ask questions. Here's an example: What color is your favorite? Here is a few more examples: who did this?, what is for dinner?, which do you prefer? Let's go on to demonstrative, definite and indefinite pronouns. Demonstrate or point things out. here's some examples: that, these, this, those. Also there is an adjective version and a pronoun version. Her is an example of the pronoun version: I love the hunger games books. Last summer I read those.

Here is the adjective version: I love the hunger games books. Last summer I read those books. Let's talk about definite numeral pronouns. Here are some examples: pronoun version: I love to watch starwars movies. Last summer I watched all six. Adjective version: I love to watch starwars movies. Last summer I watched all six movies. Moving on to Indefinite pronouns: here are some examples: another, anybody, each, either. Pronoun version: I love cupcakes. Last week I made some. Adjective version: I love cupcakes. Last week I made some cupcakes. That was my pronoun book.