Grade 6, English Olympiad (CBSE) - Pronoun 

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Grade 6  |   English  |   Pronoun, Noun, Pronoun and Adjectives, Olympiad, CBSE, ICSE, SOF, ITO

Pronouns

A pronoun is used as a substitute for a noun or a noun phrase. It is used to avoid repetitions of nouns in the sentence.

Example:

I saw Parul, Parul was wearing a blue gown.

Instead, we say – I saw Parul, she was wearing a blue gown.

Pronouns are the only words in English which have different forms when used as the subject and as the object.

Subject Form

Object Form

I

Me

He

His/ Him

She

Her

We

Us/ ours

You

Your/ yours

They

Theirs

 

Types of Pronouns:

Following is the table describing the types of pronouns.

Types of Pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Object Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

Indefinite Pronouns

Person Related

1st  Person

I

Me

My

Mine

Myself

Who

This

Anyone

2nd  Person

You

You

Your

Yours

yourself

Which

That

-

3rd Person (Male)

He

Him

His

His

Himself

What

Those

-

3rd Person (Female)

She

Her

Her

Hers

Herself

Where

These

-

3rd Person, animal or things.

It

It

Its

(Not used)

Itself

How

-

-

1st Person (Plural)

We

Us

Our

Ours

Ourselves

Whom

-

-

2nd Person (Plural)

You

You

Your

Yours

yourselves

-

-

-

3rd Person (Plural)

They

Them

Their

Theirs

Themselves

-

-

-

 


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