Pronoun Defination And Types

Pronoun Defination And Types

Defination

A word, is known Pronoun that changes a noun in sentences. in many sentences we see that Noun are used again and again . to avoid this sitution we use pronoun instead of noun.

Types Of Pronoun

Pronoun Has Eight Types. they are

  1. Personal Pronoun
  2. Demonstrative Pronoun
  3. Distributive Pronoun
  4. Reciprocal Pronoun
  5. Reflexive Pronoun
  6. Intrrrogative Pronoun
  7. Indefinite Pronoun
  8. Relative Pronoun
  9. Personal Pronoun :  We Use some Pronouns as Subject in sentence.
  • I
  • We
  • You
  • He
  • She
  • it
  • they

And We are also some Pronouns as Object  in sentence.

  • him
  • her
  • them
  • you
  • us
  • me
  • it

We can see The Use of Pronouns as Subject For example :

  • I went to the Park .
  • He doesn’t  want to travel For Jaipur.
  • She rides a bike .

We can see The Use of Pronouns as Object For example :

  • he Wants his book back .
  • she shows her id card to enter in class.
  • go to see her  .

Possessive Adjectives ->

  • my
  • our
  • your
  • her , his , its
  • their

Possessive Pronouns ->

1. My
2. Our
3. Your
4. Her
5. his
6. their

Mine
Ours
yours
hers
his
theirs

Rules – > 

Rule 1) -> In this rule , we will use pronoun according to noun. For Example

  • He wanted his phone back
  • every boy must show his id at the gate.
  • rohit visits his home town.

Rule 2) -> Each/every + 1st noun + and +  Each/every + 2nd noun then Pronoun Will be Singluar. For Example

  • each day and each Hour has its importance  .
  • Every teacher and Every Student is in  his place.

Rule 3 ) -> The order of adding different pronouns. 

  1. Singluar Pronouns     =   2 + 3 + 1
  2. Plural Pronouns     = 1 + 2 + 3
  3. Pronouns = 1 + 2 + 3

For Examples :

  • You, he and I are studying in 12 Class .

Rule 4 ) -> If we are expressing time , weather , temprature And Distance in that case We will use  it . in this condition, It has no meaning. For Eg.

  • It is dark
  • it is Monday
  • it is night

2. Demonstrative Pronouns :  Pronouns That are used to signalize Persons and Things like – this , that , these , those , such 

Demonstrative PronounsWhen to Use
ThisSingular And Near
ThatSingluar And Distance
ThesePlural And Near
ThosePlural And Distance

Rule 5) -> Use That Of And Those Of to Stop Repetition. Here That of is a Singular And Those Of Works as Plural . For Eg.

  • The Population Of India is more Than that of Pakisthan.
  • The Roads of Goa are wider than Those Of Noida.

3. Distributive Pronouns :  Either , Neither , Each

Rule 6) -> Use Of Each , More Than two

  • Each of the five or three students

Rule 7) -> Only For Two . Either is used as Positive And Neither is Negative.

  • Either Of These Two students
  • Neither Of These Two Books

4. Reciprocal Pronoun :  Each Other , One Another

Rule 8) -> Each Other – Only For Two

  • The two girls love Each other

Rule 9) -> One Another – More than Two

  • The Three Girls hate One Another

5. Reflexive Pronoun :  myself , yourself , himself , themselves , herself

  • she loves herself
  • he enjoyed himself in party

Rule 10 ) ->  If The Verbs (Absents, Lay, Satisfy , Introduce hurt,cheat , Prostrate , Revenge , avail , enjoy , pride , resign , enjoy , overreach )are being Used then , we will use a Object Or reflexive Pronoun After Verb.

  • he Introduced her To Amit. (Incorrect , because Introduce is trasitative verb so we should use a Object or reflexive Pronoun )
  • He Introduced himself to amit.  (Correct)

6. Interrogative  Pronoun : is used when we are Questioning To others . Who , Whom , Whose , Which  are Used To ask Question .

Rule 11) -> Who – To address Subject. For Example

  • Who are You ?
  • Who Did This ?
  • Who is winner ?

Rule 12) -> Whom – To Point out Object . For Example

  • Whom He Invited ?
  • Whom He Called ?

Rule 13 ) -> Whose –  to address Owner For Example.

  • Whose Phone is this ?

Rule 14 )  ->  Preposition + Who (InCorrect)
Preposition + Whom (Correct)

For Example – By Whom Was Book Written ?

If We Use Preposition at end of sentences then , Who is used as starter 

For Example – Who was Book Written By ?

Rule 15 ) -> When We choose Between two or More then two .in that case , we will use ‘Which’ . For Example .

  • which is Your Friend in the class ?

Rule 16 ) ->  We Don’t use ‘Whose’ for Non-Living things. For Example

  • Whose Pen is this ?

7. Indefinite Pronoun :

Rule 17) -> Anybody , Everybody , somebody ,nobody + masculine Singluar Pronoun as far as gender is not feminine For Example

  • Everyone of the boys have to deposit his fee on monday.
  • Everyone was happy when he saw the tigar.

Rule 18) -> if Indefinite pronoun “One ” Subject then  we will use One/One’s as pronoun

For Example – One should care one’s life.

8. Relative Pronoun : Who do the work of adding , are called Relative Pronoun like Who , Which , That , What , Why and son on.

Rule 19) -> We use the relative Pronoun (Whom/ Which /That ) as a Object Of subardinate clause

For example – amit has a friend whom he trusts

Rule 20) -> We use the relative Pronoun (Who, Which , That ) as a subject Of sub -ordinate clause

For example – amit who Comes here is very intelligent

Rule 21) -> If the two antecedent is used by joining and then one person and another animal or the object then use Relative Pronoun that”  after that.

For example – The man and his cow that i saw have been kidnapped.

Rule 22) -> After None,Nobody , nothing , same ,somthing , all , the only , the little , the few or any Superlative Degree (The Best / the highest ), That will come in place of Who/Which.

Rule 23) -> For any photo, group or list,  Which will replace of Who 

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