Quantifier Pronoun Examples and Definition

Quantifier Pronoun

What is Quantifier Pronoun? Quantifier pronoun is used to talk about the quantity of something which can be countable or uncountable. For example, a bit, all, any, both either, enough, many, more, most, some, none, plenty, etc. Quantifier pronoun determines the noun in the sentence. Learning how each type of pronoun functions will help you … Read more

Exclamatory Pronouns (Example Sentences & Definition)

Exclamatory Pronouns

What is Exclamatory Pronoun? A pronoun that is used to express wonder or surprise is called exclamatory pronoun. For example, what, how. The state of emotions, anger, joy, enthusiasm, happiness are expressed in the exclamatory sentences. The exclamatory pronoun replaces the noun in such sentences. The exclamatory pronouns refer to the antecedent noun. For example, … Read more

Reciprocal Pronouns Exercise, Worksheet & Sentences

Reciprocal Pronouns Exercise, Worksheet & Sentences

Reciprocal Pronouns A pronoun used to talk about the mutual relationship is known as a reciprocal pronoun. These kinds of pronouns are used to indicate the mutual act of persons which resulted in some action of the same nature. The action is done between the two or more persons with the same result. There are … Read more

Indefinite Pronouns with Examples, List & Chart

Indefinite Pronouns Chart & Examples

Indefinite Pronoun We use indefinite pronouns when we want to refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. It is used to mention unspecified things or persons is called an ‘Indefinite Pronoun”. Indefinite pronouns are anybody, everybody, nobody, somebody, anyone, everyone, no-one, someone, anything, everything, nothing, something, and few. The … Read more

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns (Chart, 80+ Examples & List)

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns (Chart, 80+ Examples & List)

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive pronouns direct their action back to the subject. A pronoun that is formed by adding ‘self’ or ‘selves’ to a personal pronoun is called a ‘Reflexive Pronoun’ or ‘Emphatic Pronoun’. Reflexive and emphatic pronouns have the same forms. It refers to the noun or pronoun which is the subject. It … Read more

Distributive Pronouns (50 Example Sentences & Exercise)

Distributive Pronouns (50 Example Sentences & Exercise)

A pronoun that describes whether things or persons are mentioned separately or collectively is called a distributive pronoun. It refers to some noun going before and also joins two sentences together. The commonly used Distributive Pronouns are “Each, Either, Neither, None, Any, Everyone” Distributive pronouns are words used in order to groups related people or … Read more

Demonstrative Pronouns (Chart, Uses, Examples & 50 Sentences)

Demonstrative Pronouns Chart and Uses (this - that - these - those)

Demonstrative Pronouns A demonstrative pronoun points to some noun. It is called demonstrative because it points to some noun going before and is used instead of it. For example, this, that, these, those, and such. ‘This’ and ‘that’ are used for singular nouns. ‘These’ and ‘those’ are used for plural nouns. A demonstrative pronoun is … Read more

Relative Pronouns Chart and Examples

Relative Pronouns Chart and Examples

Relative Pronouns A relative pronoun introduces a clause. It refers to some noun going before and also joins two sentences together. It does the work of conjunction as well as a pronoun. A word such as ‘who’ or ‘which’ that introduces a relative clause, is called a relative pronoun. More relative pronouns include whom, whose, … Read more

Interrogative Pronouns Examples and Chart

Interrogative Pronouns Examples and Definition

What is an interrogative pronoun? Interrogative pronouns introduce questions. This type of pronoun always used at the start of the sentence. For example, what, which, who, whom whose, why. An interrogative pronoun always comes before the noun or pronoun to which it refers. There are two kinds of interrogative pronouns: Those that refer to the … Read more

Possessive Pronouns (Examples, List, Rules & Exercise)

Possessive Pronouns

What’s the difference between “my” and “we” in business? Good question. “My” is the possessive form of “me”; it refers to yourself. The word “we” refers to your team. The possessive pronouns shows belongings or possessions. Let’s discuss more about them! Possessive Pronouns Usage/Rules 1st Case: We use apostrophe and an “s” Sara’s brother was … Read more