Sie sind auf Seite 1von 10

Good Morning!

PRONOUNS
are words used to
take the place of nouns in
a sentence.
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
Points out a noun.
May look like a demonstrative
adjective but is used differently in a
sentence: it acts as a pronoun, taking
the place of a noun.
That This

These Those

Example:
That is a good idea.
These are hilarious cartoons.
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS
Used in a question.
Helps to ask about something.
Compound words ending in “ever” such as
whatever, whichever, whoever, whomever.
May look like an interrogative adjective, but is used
differently in a sentence: it acts as a pronoun,
taking the place of a noun.
What Who

Which Whom

Example:
What on earth is that?
Who ate the last piece of fig Newtons?
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
An indefinite, or general, person or thing.
May look like an indefinite adjective but it
is used in differently in a sentence: it acts
as a pronoun, taking the place of a noun.
all everyone none

any few nothing

both many several

some,
each neither
somebody

Example:
Something smells good.
Many like salsa with their chips.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
Introduces a clause, or part of a sentence
that describes a noun.
that who

which whom

Example:
You should bring the book that you love
most.
Hector is a photographer who does great
work.