Grammar - Pronouns 1
Pronouns are used to avoid repetition and to take the place of nouns
(persons, places or things).
John asked Sarah to the party. Sarah told John that Sarah would go with
John. John said that John was very pleased that Sarah accepted John's
John asked Sarah to the party and she said yes. John was very pleased
that she accepted.
Pronouns play a vital role in the English language and if you're still not
convinced try to have a five minute conversation with a friend without
using one single pronoun.
The following animation will enable you to practice using pronouns. An
indefinite pronoun is one that does not refer to a specific person rather
it refers to a general group or things. For example the pronoun 'I' refers
to a specific person. Whereas the indefinite pronoun 'everybody' refers to
a general group of people.
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