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DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT


Prepared by:
Ma’am Lovely Shayne B. Dela Cruz
Pronoun

A pronoun is a word that is


used in place of a noun or
another pronoun.
A pronoun can refer to a person,
place, thing, or idea.
The word that a pronoun refers
to is called its antecedent.

Ramon visited Death Valley, and he


was impressed.
1. PERSONAL PRONOUNS

NOMINATIVE POSSESSIVE OBJECTIVE

Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural

1st Person I we My,mine Our, ours me us

2nd Person you you Your,yours Your,yours you you

3rd Person He,she,it they His, her, Their, theirs Him,her,it them
hers, its
Pronouns such as we, I, he,
them and it are called
personal pronouns.

Personal pronouns
have a variety of
forms to indicate
different persons,
numbers, and
cases.
There are first-person,
second-person, and
third-person personal
pronouns, each having both
singular and plural forms.
Each personal pronoun
forms three cases:
subject, object, and
possessive.
Singular Plural

I went out. We left early.


FIRST PERSON FIRST PERSON

You left too. You are leaving.


SECOND PERSON SECOND PERSON

He came by bus. They came by car.


THIRD PERSON THIRD PERSON
Personal pronouns have three gender forms:

• masculine he, his, him

• feminine she, her, hers

• neuter it, its


2. REFLEXIVE PRONOUN

Formed by adding –self or –selves to
personal pronouns

EXAMPLES:
The teacher HERSELF will bring the
students to the hall.
Josh will make HIMSELF some
pancakes later.
3. DEMONSTRATIVE
PRONOUNS

Used for pointing out places, things,
events or ideas. There are only four
known Demonstrative Pronouns: this,
these, that, those.

EXAMPLES:
THIS is my son, Albie. (Singular)
THESE are my sons, Gabby and Albie.
(Plural)

EXAMPLES:
THAT is our house. (Singular)
THOSE are old houses. (Plural)
Personal pronouns have three gender forms:

• masculine he, his, him

• feminine she, her, hers

• neuter it, its


Use a plural pronoun to refer to a
plural antecedent.

The characters have their motives for murder.


4. INTERROGATIVE
PRONOUNS

Used in asking questions. These pronouns
include WHO, WHAT, WHICH, WHOM &
WHOSE.

EXAMPLES:
 WHO is the writer of “The Turtle and the
Monkey”?
 WHICH is better, Prince Bantugan’s attitude or
Princess Datimbang’s features?
 WHOSE book is this?
5. INDEFINITE
PRONOUNS

 Indefinite Pronouns are those that do not refer to
particular persons, places, things or ideas.

 EXAMPLES:
All no one other
Any none several
Anyone nobody some
Both much
Either more
Everything few
6. RELATIVE
PRONOUNS

 These pronouns are used to introduce Subordinate
Clauses.

 EXAMPLES:
 The blue coat, which you found in the garage, is mine.
 The man, who drove that red car, is my uncle.
 The bike, that my father bought, is a gift for my brother.
 My sister, whose family is in the U.S., will arrive today.
Write the personal pronoun in the
sentence below.

1. Death Valley is famous for its


strange moving boulders.
Write the personal pronoun in the
sentence below.

2. The rocks slide and leave long


tracks behind them.
Write the pronouns and their antecedents
in these sentences.

3. Agatha Christie loved real-life


mysteries of the past. She helped to
investigate them in the Middle East.
Write the pronouns and their antecedents
in this sentence.

4. Christie started Murder in


Mesopotamia in the desert, but she
finished it in England.
Write the pronouns and their antecedents
in this sentence.

5. Agatha Christie and her husband


went on many archaeological trips
and found them exciting.
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QUIZ

 Identify the pronoun in each sentence. Underline
it, then in the space provided, write its kind.

__________1. You better bring that letter to the


Principal’s Office.
__________2. That book on the table is mine.
__________3. No one was bored during the activity.
__________4. What is your favorite subject?
__________5. Jane enjoyed herself at the party.