pronoun definition and types with examples

This contain Eight parts of Pronoun as:

1.Personal Pronoun 2.Demonstrative Pronoun 3. Distributive Pronoun 4. Relative Pronoun 5. Interrogative Pronoun 6. Indefinite Pronoun 7. Reflexive Pronoun 8. Reciprocal Pronoun.

 

Personal pronoun

        Personal Pronoun utilize instead of Noun, and avoid repetition of noun in the sentence,He, she, I,Me, We Us, Them. Example. a) She sent flowers to her uncle. b) who won the cricket match yesterday. c) Whose Read More ...

Demonstrative Pronoun

      Demonstrative Pronoun are word , That, This to point out something in sentence or refer. Below are the list of singular/Plural demonstrative pronoun. Singular Plural This These That Those Examples of such Pronoun: a) This is My Read More ...

Distributive Pronoun

        Distributive pronoun indicates  person, place and thing one at a time. Each. Either and Neither are called distributive pronoun and count as singular noun and verb. Examples: a) Each new day is different (Not says each Read More ...

Relative Pronoun

      Relative Pronoun presents Relative clause, it modifies the main clause of the sentence, this is the garden that Mrs. Smith maintain. in such clause "That" is relative pronoun, who, which , whom, whose and that etc.   Read More ...

Interrogative Pronoun

      Who,Whom,which,what,whose are Interrogative Pronoun these are used to ask questions.   Interrogative pronoun purpose Example Whom It uses when the person is object Whom did you tell about my accident? Who It uses when the person is Read More ...

Indefinite Pronoun

          Indefinite Pronoun, it refers to unknown or non specific people,things and places they do not have definite address to a person or things like personal pronoun. some Indefinite Pronoun are given below. One Everyone Everybody Read More ...

Reflexive Pronoun

      Reflexive pronoun referring to the person or animal or another pronoun define that the same person or thing is involved in the sentence, myself,himself,herself,yourself,itself,ourselves,themselves, are reflexive pronoun. such pronouns are formed by adding -self and -selves.   Read More ...

Reciprocal Pronoun

      Reciprocal Pronoun pronoun used when subject and object are same but mentioning or referring two way relationship in the sentence, Each other, one another.   Examples: John and jack are work with each other. (two person). we Read More ...