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    The pronoun "as"

    Hi, I looked up the word "as" and know it can be used as a pronoun but my dictionary has no example. Could you please give me some example using the "as" as a pronoun and explain its meaning ?
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    Re: The pronoun "as"

    Quote Originally Posted by crazYgeeK View Post
    Hi, I looked up the word "as" and know it can be used as a pronoun but my dictionary has no example. Could you please give me some example using the "as" as a pronoun and explain its meaning ?
    Thank you so much !
    Where did you find "as" as a pronoun?

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    Re: The pronoun "as"

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Where did you find "as" as a pronoun?
    I found that in my dictionary. It says truly. I'm sorry because I must answer all questions of this kind by myself with the help of dictionary.com.
    You can find how "as" is used as a pronoun here As | Define As at Dictionary.com
    Thank you !

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    Re: The pronoun "as"

    I'm not a teacher.

    Hi crazYgeeK,

    Here are a few examples of usage of “as” as a pronoun.

    as pron.

    1. That; which; who. Used after same or such: I received the same grade as you did.
    2. Chiefly Upper Southern U.S. Who, whom, which, or that: Those as want to can come with me.

    1) what, which, as, that (introduces a subordinate attributive clause or speed with such, the same, so in the main clause)
    He did the same thing as you. - He did the same thing as you .

    2) that, as (introduces a subordinate attributive proposals relating to all the major)

    He is a foreigner, as is evident from his accent. - He is a foreigner, which can be seen by his accent .
    As you can see, he is alone. - As you see , he is one .

    Synonyms:
    that, which

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    Re: The pronoun "as"

    He is a Northerner, as (which) is evident from his accent.

    She is in the same class as (that) my sister is in.

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