Pronouns - 38

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Pronouns.


Pronouns are words which are used instead of nouns. (The word pronoun means: for a noun.) The chief use of pronouns is to save us from having to repeat nouns.

Look at the following sentence.

Chandana was going to the post office to post a letter from Chandana’s mother to Chandana’s sister when Chandana met a man on a bicycle who nearly ran into Chandana.

In above sentence the repetition of the name Chandana can be avoided if we use other words as follows.

Chandana was going to the post office to post a letter from his mother to his sister when he met a man on a bicycle who nearly ran into him.

Here he, his and him are pronouns. He is used for the noun in the nominative case; his is used for the possessive case, and him is used for the noun in the objective case.

Note that pronouns used with nouns, as his mother, are grammatically adjectives. They are sometimes called Pronominal Adjectives.

There are the following kinds of Pronouns: - Personal, Reflexive, Emphatic, Demonstrative, Relative, Interrogative, Indefinite, Distributive and Reciprocal.

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