what are those different kinds of pronouns
There are several kinds of pronoun. The first one is the personal pronouns. These are I, me, mine, we, us, yours, you, he, him, his, she, her, hers, it, its, they, them, theirs
The next type of pronoun is the indefinite pronoun. It means that we don't know the particular person or gender that we are refering to. Please refer to the table of summary of indefinite pronoun.
another, little, each, nothing,
anybody, much, either,
anyone, nobody, somebody
both, few, many, others
several, a number
all, more, most, none
some, one half, one third
When an indefinite pronoun replaces a plural count noun, the accompanying verb should likewise be in plural form.
When an indefinite pronoun replaces a mass noun, the accompanying verb should be in singular form.
Another type is the demostrative. The examples are: this, that, those, these.
Next type is the reflexive pronoun. Examples are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, oneslf, ourselves, yourselves and themselves.
The last is the interrogative pronouns which are: what, which, who, whom, whose.
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