A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun
Word which are used in place of a noun are pronoun
I, we, you, he, she,it, they, this, that, these, those
1. Pratham is a good boy. He is honest
2. Mohan is my friend. He is a player
3.He is your brother
4.This is my book
Kinds of Pronouns
1. Personal Pronoun
2. Reflexive Pronoun
3. Emphatic Pronoun
4. Demonstrative Pronoun
5. Interrogative Pronoun
6. Indefinite Pronoun
8. Relative Pronoun
Personal Pronoun is used in place of a person or a thing.
I, we, they, you, she, he, it
1. I am a student.
2. You are a teacher.
3. We played cricket.
4. They will go to Agra.
5. It drank water.
6. She failed in the examination.
Kinds of Personal Pronoun
First Person (I, we, me, us )
Second Person (you)
Third Person (he, she, it, they)
Reflexive Pronouns indicate that the subject and the object refer to the same person or things .
himself, herself, itself, yourself, ourself, themself, myself
1. He prepared himself for the test.
2. If you do so, you will hurt yourself.
3. I covered myself with a blanket.
Emphatic Pronoun are used with a noun or pronoun for the sake for Emphatic.
- I myself saw him weeping.
- He himself said so.
- The king went himself.
Demonstrative Pronoun are used to point to the persons or things for which They stand
This, that, these, or those
1. That is your car
2. That is my house
3. These are their houses
4. Those are our cows
Interrogative pronouns are used for asking question
what, who, which, whom, whose,
1. what is your father?
2. who are you?
3. whose this book?
4. which your house?
5. whom do you want to see?
Indefinite pronouns are those which refer to persons or things in a general way. They do not refer to any particular person or thing
some, many, all, other, any, somebody,
1. Some are born great.
2. Many of them were Indians.
3. All were drowned.
4. Few escaped unhurt
A pronoun which refers to persons or things one at a time for this reason they are always singular
Each, Either, Neither
1. Each of the boys gets a price.
2. Either of you can go.
3. Neither of the toys is costly.
Relative pronoun points to a noun to show which person, place or thing is being discussed.
who, which, whom, that, whose.
1. I know the man, who painted this house.
2. the girl, whom you saw, was my sister.
3. here is the boy who is my friend.
4. those whom the gods love die young.