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    asish_rao is offline Newbie
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    Default Ist Person, IInd person and IIIrd person Pronouns

    Plz explain Ist person pronoun, IInd person pronoun and IIIrd person pronoun in 'simple past tense' and 'simple past tense but with an added sense of certainty or determination' with examples.

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    Default Re: Ist Person, IInd person and IIIrd person Pronouns

    Hi and welcome to the Forum ,

    This is not the way it works. It's just the other way round: you post some sentences/examples and tell us what is giving you trouble, and we try to help you.

    Also please write full words ('please'), do not use chatlish ('plz').

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