Pronoun is the word which is used instead of noun or noun phrase. It takes the place of a noun.
e.g. I, we, you, you, he, she, it, they, my, these, whom, some etc.
|TYPES OF PRONOUNS|
A Pronoun that indicates a word used as substitute for a particular person. They are used as subject, object or complement.
e.g. I, you, he, she, it, we they, me, him, her, us, them etc.
A Pronoun that indicates the possession or ownership in a phrase or sentence. It shows that something belongs to someone.
e.g. my, our, your, his, her, its, their, mine, ours, yours, hers, theirs etc.
A Pronoun that refers or reflects back to the subject of a sentence or clause. It is used as a direct object.
e.g. myself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves etc.
A pronoun that indicates the connection of clause or phrase with noun or pronoun. They are introduced relatively or dependently.
e.g. that, who, whom, whose, which, when, where etc.
A Pronoun that indicates the mutual sharing of something in person or persons. It is used to identify an action or feeling.
e.g. each other, one another
A Pronoun that indicates something specific, replacing noun. It shows the distance and difference between two things.
e.g. this, that, these, those, such, none, neither etc.
A Pronoun that indicates one or more uncertain objects, beings, or places. They do not indicate the specific thing.
e.g. all, any, more, most, both, few, many, neither, none, each, every, some, anyone, nobody etc.
A Pronoun that indicates a word used to ask a question or to get information. There are only five Interrogative Pronouns in English.
e.g. what, who, which, whom, and whose.