Basic English Grammar: Pronoun - 2
Read the different types of Pronoun in this article, Continuation of last article
III) Demonstrative Pronouns:
Demonstrative Pronouns are used to show or identify one or a number of nouns that may be far or near in distance or time.
> This, That, Those, These
e.g: I closed that bank account when I came to London.
IV) Indefinite Pronoun:
These pronouns do not point to any particular noun, but refer to things or people in general.
> All, some, any, each, anything, anybody, anyone, someone, something, somebody, someone, nothing, nobody, none, no one
e.g: Did you notice anything strange about him?
V) Relative Pronouns:
Relative Pronouns are used to join or relate two different clauses together by referring to the noun in the previous clause.
> who, whom, whose, which, that
e.g: He took out a photo of his son, whom he adores.
Compound Relative Pronouns:
> whoever, whatever, whichever, whosoever, whatsoever
VI) Interrogative Pronouns:
These pronouns are used to begin a question.
> who, whom, which, what, whoever, whomever, whichever, whatever
e.g: Which of the desserts did you have?
VII) Reciprocal Pronouns:
These pronouns combine ideas, There are just two Reciprocal Pronouns – Each other and One another. Both these pronouns are plural in nature as they can only be used in situations where there is more than one noun.
e.g: The two companies are in competition with each other.
VIII) Distributive Pronouns:
These pronouns refer to individual elements in a group or a pair, one individual at a time.
> Each, either, neither, any, none
Eg. Each of the companies supports a local charity.
June 1, 2018