English Grammar: Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to replace nouns. There are many kinds of pronouns: subject, object, reflexive, possessive, demonstrative, relative, interrogative and indefinite.

Examples:

Subject Pronoun: He is my brother.

Object Pronoun: I told him to come to the party.

Reflexive Pronoun: Roger hit himself with a hammer.

Possessive Pronoun: That car is mine.

Demonstrative: This is the house.

Relative: I will hire whomever you interview first.

Interrogative: Who is it?

Indefinite: Everybody is interested in learning English.

Here is a video we made to explain this grammar point:

 

 

If you have any question or comment, please write to mario.gonzalez@supraschooling.com.

Best,

Teacher Mario

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