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Pronoun U (noun). / ˈ p ɜː ər /; see also: U, (Pronoun) Paragraph. A pronoun is any word that functions like a noun. (Advancing Sociology) 1. PRONOUN. For example: The boys gave their friend, Sue, a gift for her birthday. A pronoun is a special type of word that serves the same function as a noun or a noun phrase. As a noun or a noun phrase, it provides the grammatical subject of a sentence. It is not bound by the grammatical gender of its referent, as is a noun phrase. Instead of using masculine or feminine articles, pronouns are typically capitalized when used as a grammatical subject. Pronouns can be words like I, me, we, us, you, them, he, she, it, our, their, his, her, them, him, her, it, us, you, they, etc., that represent a person, in a specific situation or relationship, and often refer to or take the place of a noun. 1. 'Pronoun' means a word used to denote the subject of a sentence. (Thesaurus and Dictionary) Pronouns are words which represent a person, in a specific situation or relationship, and often refer to or take the place of a noun. It is only when we don't have a specific noun in mind, that the word 'I' or 'he' is needed. We can just say 'the cat'. The 'cat' is the grammatical subject of the sentence. It is the word which functions like a noun and which gives the grammatical subject of the sentence. Pronouns may be first person (as in the present), second person (as in the second person singular), third person (as in the third person singular), or a fourth person. 2. The different types of pronouns can be categorized into three groups: objective pronouns, possessive pronouns, and interrogative pronouns.Objective pronouns denote the direct object of the sentence. They are used when the subject is the same as the object, and express complete information. The pronoun is not required unless the subject is the direct object.Objective pronouns can be singular or plural. They can also be of the first or the second person, singular or plural. Examples: I, you, he, she, they, him, her.Possessive pronouns possess or own a thing

 

 

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