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Pronoun A word that substitutes for a noun. Personal Pronouns Substitute for definite persons or things. I, you, he, she, it, we, they Demonstrative Pronouns Substitute for things being pointed out. this, that, these, those Indefinite Pronouns Substitute for unknown or unspecified things. each, either, neither, one, anyone, somebody, everything, all, few, many, and so on Possessive Pronouns Substitute for things that are possessed. mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs Intensive Pronoun Used to add emphasis. You yourself made the decision. Reflexive Pronoun Names the receiver of an action when the doer is the same as the receiver; renames the doer. The boy fell and hurt himself.

Review: Parts of Speech

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