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మీడియా పార్టనర్స్ కావలెను.
మా యాప్ ను పొందండి.
A pronoun is a substitute word to specific noun which was mentioned earlier in a sentence.
E.g. he, she, it, his, him, her, its etc.
Usage:
Ajay is a cricket player. He practices everyday in the ground.
Types of Pronoun:
  1. Subject Pronoun
  2. Object Pronoun
  3. Personal Pronoun
  4. Possessive Pronoun
  5. Reflexive Pronoun
  6. Intensive Pronoun
  7. Interrogative Pronoun
  8. Demonstrative Pronoun
  9. Relative Pronoun
  10. Indefinite Pronoun
  11. Reciprocal Pronoun

1. Subject Pronoun
A Subject pronoun is used to refer the subject of the verb in a sentence.
E.g. I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
2. Object Pronoun
An object pronoun is used to refer the direct/indirect object in a sentence by replacing antecedent object.
E.g. him, her, it, them.
Usage: Give it to me.
Usage: Tell him that I will come.
3. Personal Pronoun
A personal pronoun is a substitute for person's name.
E.g. I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
4. Possessive Pronoun
A possessive pronoun describes the possession of something.
E.g. mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs.
5. Reflexive Pronoun
A reflexive pronoun acts as object which refers to the subject in the same sentence.
E.g. myself, yourself/yourselves, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves.
Usage: Do it yourself.
6. Intensive Pronoun
An intensive pronoun acts as object which refers to the subject in the same sentence (which is same as reflexive pronoun) and also emphasize their antecedent.
E.g. myself, yourself/yourselves, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves.
Usage: I will do it myself.
7. Interrogative Pronoun
An interrogative pronoun used to interrogate which leads to a question.
E.g. who, which, what, whose, whom.
8. Demonstrative Pronoun
A demonstrative pronoun used to specify/point to something.
E.g. this, that, these, those, none, neither.
9. Relative Pronoun
A relative pronoun used to refer the noun which is mentioned earlier in the sentence.
E.g. which, that, whose
Usage: He liked the car which is in red color.
10. Indefinite Pronoun
An indefinite pronoun used to refer one or more things/beings.
E.g. anyone, someone, whatever, whoever, whichever, other, something, nobody.
11. Reciprocal Pronoun
A reciprocal pronoun expresses mutual actions.
E.g. each other, one another

Cases of Pronouns
# Subjective Possessive Case Objective Case
Singular - 1st person I my, mine me
Singular - 2nd person you your, yours you
Singular - 3rd person he, she, it his, her/hers, its him, her, it
Plural - 1st person we our/ours us
Plural - 1st person you your/yours you
Plural - 1st person they their/theirs them
Interrogative who, whoever, which/that/what whose whom, whomever, which/that/what
Indefinite everybody everybody's everybody

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