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Pronouns (Personal, Possessive, Relative and Reflexive Pronouns)

Pronouns are words like I, me (personal pronouns) or my, mine (possessive pronouns).

Personal Pronouns Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns
subject form object form possessive adjective possessive pronoun
Imemyminemyself
youyouyouryoursyourself
hehimhishishimself
sheherherhersherself
itititsitsitself
weusouroursourselves
youyouyouryoursyourselves
theythemtheirtheirsthemselves

Personal Pronouns - Subject Form

example: We have got some books.

Personal Pronouns - Object Form

example: The books are for us.

Possessive Adjectives

example: These are our books.

Possessive Pronouns

example: The books are ours.

Reflexive Pronouns

example: He can carry the bags himself.

Relative Pronouns

example: This is the man who lives next door.

Mixed Exercises

Changed: 05th Mar 2014 15:13

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