| Personal Pronouns|
Personal Pronouns refer to certain
specific persons, places or things. They change their form depending on person,
number or gender.
| Demonstrative Pronouns|
The four demonstrative pronouns
are this, that, these, those. A demonstrative pronoun identifies and specifies
a noun or pronoun.
This, That, These, Those
| Interrogative Pronouns|
Interrogative pronouns take the
place of nouns in questions.
Interrogative pronouns include the
words who, whom, which and what as well as whoever, whomever, whatever and whichever.
| Indefinite Pronoun|
An indefinite pronoun refers to
something that is not definite or specific or exact. The indefinite pronouns
are all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, each, everybody, everyone,
everything, few, many, nobody, none, one, several, some, somebody, someone.Quiz
Quia- Subject/Verb Agreement
Quia- Part 2
| Relative Pronouns|
Relative pronouns are used to link
phrases or clauses to other phrases or clauses. The relative pronouns are who,
whom, that, which, whoever, whomever, and whichever. Quiz
Relative Pronoun Reference
|Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns|
Reflexive and intensive
pronouns are the words myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves,
Reflexive or Intensive???