Distributive Pronoun definition and examples


Distributive Pronoun definition and examples:


Distributive Pronoun definition and examples, Such words relate to point out one person, one thing, or one place only from a group of persons, places, or things calling Distributive pronoun.

These are only three in number, Each. Either and Neither are calling distributive pronoun and count as singular noun and verb.


a) Each new date is different (Not says each new dates are different).

b) Either Girl can cross the line (Not says Either Girls can cross the line).

c) Neither of them can play cricket (Not says Neither he/she plays cricket)


Each of, Neither of and Either of is followed by a plural noun and a singular verb.

a) Each: of the houses is surrounding by green grass.

b) Neither: of the children have passed in the class.

c) Either: of these brownies is handmade.

Either and Neither can be used when we are speaking about two persons, in more than two persons we used Any, No one, or None.

Distributive Pronoun Examples:

  1. I may buy either of these three novels.
  2. Neither of the statement given by them is correct.
  3. None of our colleagues went to the exhibition.
  4. Either of them can bring a glass of water for me.
  5. Each of the mothers should take care of their infant children.

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