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pronouns:a lesson of a lifetime

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  • Pronouns
  • homework:pronouns
  • Alright class today we are going to work on pronouns.
  • A pronoun is a word that can function by itself and commonly refers to a word earlier in the sentence.That word would be called an antecedent.
  • For example:Freddy got his first dog yesterday.
  • all the word on the board are a different kind of pronoun.
  • Subject, Object Possessive, Indefinite Reflexive, Interrogative and Demonstrative.
  • A reflexive pronoun is that is used when both the objective and subjective pronoun refer to the same person.
  • A subject pronoun is well,a personal pronoun that is used as a subject of a verb.
  • Subject, Object Possessive, Indefinite Reflexive, Interrogative and Demonstrative.
  • Sudenly a kid in the screams."there 3 more to go so get ready!!!!"
  • possesive pronouns are special little snow flakes because there are two kinds.Limiting and absolute.Absolute possesive pronouns can be used to subsitute for words that belong to the antecedent.
  • A Demonstrative pronoun. They normally take a place of a noun or noun phrase that has already been mentioned.
  • Object pronouns can be used to talk about the object of a noun.
  • Subject, Object Possessive, Indefinite Reflexive, Interrogative and Demonstrative.
  • an interograrive pronoun are used  in questions like who wants a bag of popcorn. or whose coat is this.
  • An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun that are used when you need to refer to person or thing that doesn't  need to be specifically be named
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