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A subject pronoun is a pronoun that replaces a noun as the subjectof a sentence or a clause. The subject pronouns are: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, and who. Examples: Instead of saying: John watched a movie. (replace the subject noun “John” with thepronoun “he”) He watched a movie. (replace the subject nouns”Jack and Hunter” with the pronoun “they”) They borrowed the lawnmower. The lawnmower that they borrowed was new. (thepronoun ‘they’ is the subject of the relative clause) The girls love candy. They love candy. Patty plays the violin. She plays the violin. The Mona Lisa is a beautiful painting. It is a beautiful painting. Patty, you are a good friend. (MORE)
What are some examples of pronouns?
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or anotherpronoun in a sentence. Pronouns perform all the functions of a nounin a sentence. The kinds of pronouns are: personal pronouns ; I, you, we, he, she, it, me, us, him,her, they, them. example: You and I can bring canada goose outlet nyc them canada goose black friday reddit some lunch. example: These apples are larger than those apples. possessive pronouns : mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours,theirs. example: The house on the corner is mine. possessive adjectives : my, your, our, his, her, their, its. example: My house is on the corner. interrogative pronouns : who, whom, what, which, whose. example: What are you going to do? reflexive pronouns : myself, yourself, himself, herself,itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves. example: We can paint the kitchen ourselves. reciprocal pronouns : each canada goose retailers uk other, one another. example: We share a birthday and give each other a partyeach year. relative pronouns : who, whom, whose, which, that. example: The man who lives next door has a beautifulgarden. indefinite pronouns : all, another, any, anybody, anyone,anything, both, each, either, enough, everybody, everyone,everything, few, fewer, less, little, many, more, most, much,neither, nobody, no one, nothing, none, one, other, others,several, some, somebody, someone, something, such, and they (peoplein general). example: Everyone has left the building but some arestill waiting canada goose birmingham uk for a ride. Additional examples : I finished the book today. (as the subject of the sentence) That book belongs to me. (as the object of the sentence) He wants to borrow my book. I’m lending the book to him. She originally gave the book to me. That was so nice of her. They are Bill and Hillary Clinton. The book is about canada goose manchester uk them. It was an interesting book. I hope he enjoys it. You may like the book. When he’s done, I’ll give it to you. We don’t usually like the same books. James asked Betty if he could come by for a visit. We liked that movie, it was really funny. They invited us to a barbecue on Saturday. These are my favorite cookies that I made for you (and me ). Bob bought a new truck. He bought it yesterday. (MORE)
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canadian goose jacket No, the word ‘have’ is not a pronoun. The word ‘have’ is a noun (have, haves) and a verb (have, has, having, had). Examples: His expensive tastes are strictly for the have. Right nowI’m a have not. (noun) One day I will have enough to take a nice trip. Example: My trip would be once in a lifetime. It would be someplace sunny. (the pronoun ‘it’ takes the place of thenoun ‘trip’ in the second sentence) (MORE) canadian goose jacket
What are some examples of interrogative pronouns?
The interrogativepronouns are who, whom, what, which, whose. The interrogative pronouns introduce a question and take the placeof the noun or pronoun that is usually the answer to the question;for example: What time isthe meeting? The meeting is at ten. Which is your favorite flavor? Chocolate is myfavorite. Whose bicycle is left in the driveway? Jason left his bicycle in the driveway. The only objective case interrogative pronoun is whom: To whom do I give my completedapplication? (object of the preposition ‘to’) (MORE)
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Reflexive pronouns ‘reflect’ back on the subject like a mirror. The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, canada goose outlet themselves. Example sentences: I made the cookies myself. You are a good friend yourself. Reflexive pronouns are used as intensive pronouns; an intensive use is to emphasize, for example: I, myself, made the cookies. You, yourself, are a good canada goose outlet eu friend. They, themselves, fixed the roof. (MORE)
Is his a subject pronoun?
The possessive pronoun ‘his’ can functions as a subject oran object in a sentence. Examples: Jack lives on this street. The house on the corner is his. (direct object) Jack lives on this street. His is the house on thecorner. The possessive adjective can be placedbefore a subject noun or an object noun. Examples: Jack lives on this street. His house is on thecorner. (describes the subject noun) Jack lives on this street. The one on the corner is his house. (describe the direct object noun) (MORE)
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canada goose uk black friday A subject pronoun is a pronoun that functions asthe subject of a sentence or a clause. An object pronoun is a pronoun that functions asthe object of a verb or a preposition. Example subject pronouns:. canada goose uk black friday
I like the puppy with the brownspots. He is my favorite.
The black puppy which you likebest is a female. (the pronoun ‘you’ is the subject of therelative clause) Example object pronouns:.
The sandwiches are ready. Imade them this morning. (the pronoun ‘them’ takes the place of the noun’sandwiches’ as the direct object of the verb ‘made’).
I made them for you and me. (the pronouns ‘you’ and ‘me’ are objectsof the preposition ‘for’) (MORE)
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Since ‘they’ would replace the subject of a sentence, it is a subject pronoun. The comparable object pronoun would be ‘them’. The corresponding plural third person, personal pronoun that functions as the object of a verb or a preposition is ‘them’. Examples: My parents will be visiting for the holiday. They will arrive on Friday. I will be glad to see them. John, June, and the baby will be visiting for the holiday. They will arrive on Friday. I will be glad to see them. (MORE)
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Both personal pronouns ‘he’ and ‘she’ are subject pronouns,words that take the place of a singular noun for a male or a femaleas the subject of a sentence or a clause. Examples: My brother is away at college. He will be homefor the holiday. (the pronoun ‘she’takes the place of the noun ‘Jane’ as the subject of the relativeclause) (MORE).