Notes About Pronoun

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Pronoun is used in the place of a noun to avoid repetition of the latter


1.Subject                   2. Object              3. Possessive           4.Reflexive
       Me      Mine/My     Myself
       UsOurs    Ourselves
       YOU     You      Yours    Yourselves
       YOU     You      Yours    Yourself
        HE      Him  
       SHE      Her   
    Them     Theirs   Them self


Subject  Pronouns 
I don't take tea.
She is good at writing  Essay.
Object Pronouns
We gave them some money.
He invited me.
The asked Him.
Possessive Pronouns 
This pen is mine.
That house is ours.
Reflexive Pronouns
These pronouns are always used with a corresponding subject pronoun or noun.
Example: I learn English myself.  She located the house herself
Here the person doing the action and the person affected by the action are the same.
To indicate such actions, we use words like himself herself, etc.
The pronouns like himself, herself in such usage are called the reflexive pronouns.
General Pronoun 
Nobody taught me English. I learned English myself
Everything is possible in life.

Rules for using  pronouns

  1. When a pronoun is used as the complement if the Verb ‘to be“, it should be in the
nominative case.
If I were him, I would not do it.      (Incorrect)
If I were he, I would not do it.        ( Correct)
2 When the Pronoun  used as the object of a Verb or of a Preposition, it should be in the objective
Let you, and I do it.                             (Incorrect)
Let you and me do it.                           (Correct)
3.Emphatic Pronouns cannot stand alone as subject
Himself did it.                                   (Incorrect )
He himself did it.                                (Correct )
  1. The Indefinite Pronoun ‘ one ' should be used throughout if used at all
One must not boast of his own success.     (Incorrect)
One must not boast of one's own success.  ( Correct)
5.'Either’ or 'neither' is used only in speaking of two persons or things,‘ any, ‘no one’ and 'none.' is used in speaking of more than two
Anyone of these two roads leads to the railway station         (Incorrect)
Either of these two roads leads to the railway station            (Correct)
  1. Each other is used in speaking of two persons or things;  one another' is used in speaking
of more than two
The two brothers loved one another.                                    (Incorrect )
The two brothers loved each other.                                       (Correct)
  1. When two or more singular pronouns of different persons come together in single sentence
Use in order second person, third person, first person   (2,3,1)
 I, you and  he must work together         (Incorrect)
You, He and I must work together          (Correct)

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