What is a pronoun ?

What is a pronoun ?

Presenting an independent part of speech pronoun is intended to indicate the subject, a sign of either the same number, but without naming them.What is a pronoun, are taught at school, but if you suddenly forgotten about it, read on.


pronouns Personal pronouns are called participants in the call (I, you, we, you), as well as persons not taking part in the debate, and objects (he, she, it, they).

reflexive pronoun is only one - the "self" (You yourself do not offend Prelude justified..).

Possessive pronouns are required to refer to the membership of any person or object to any other object: your, our, my, your, his, her, its, their.For example: our ship;their hopes;. His profile, etc.

Demonstrative pronouns also refer to the sign, but may determine the number of subjects: This is such one, such as;obsolete - this, the aforesaid.

attributive pronouns indicate the object itself a sign: myself, anyone else, other than the best, every, all, each and every one outdated in every way.

interrogative pronouns act as interrogative words and indicate the person, object, or the number sign: who, what, how much, how, who, whose.

Relative pronouns are similar with question and are allied words, but is the relationship between parts of a complex sentence.

Negative pronouns are designed to detect the absence of signs or the object itself: no one, nothing, nothing, no, nobody, nobody.

Indefinite pronouns - it's part of speech formed a prefix or suffix koe -What-or, -nibud from known interrogative pronouns and words: some, someone, something, some, a few.

Based on the fact that the pronoun stands for and what it shows signs of grammar, a pronoun may relate to nouns, adjectives and numerals.

  • pronouns, nouns, or determined by a special subject (I, you, who, what, none, etc....);
  • pronouns, adjectives are called object attribute (my, your, some, this, etc...);
  • pronouns, numerals, respectively, indicate the number (how many, several, many);
  • pronouns, adverbs indicate the action attribute (which, so far, so and so. D.).