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    Question helping my 10yo with her home work

    I'm trying to help my 10 yo daughter with her english homework and I can't remember what a pronoun is, here's an example "My class took a trip to the beach" is class the pronoun?

    thank you for your time.
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    Re: helping my 10yo with her home work

    NOT A TEACHER


    No, 'class' is a noun, but 'my' would be a personal pronoun. I guess

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    Re: helping my 10yo with her home work

    Subjective pronouns:
    I
    You
    He/She
    We
    They

    Objective pronouns:
    Me
    You
    Him/Her
    Us
    Them

    Possessive pronouns:
    My
    Your
    His/Her
    Our
    Their

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    Re: helping my 10yo with her home work

    pronoun
    Search Results for 'pronoun' - UsingEnglish.com

    pronouns
    A pronoun is a word that substitutes a noun or noun phrase. There are a number of different kinds of pronouns in English.
    Pronouns - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com

    In the sentence "My class took a trip to the beach" the teacher will consider "My" a pronoun.

    ~R

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