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    Whate are 'pronouns'? Which position in syntaxes they occupy? Can I use a noun instead of pronoun? What impact it makes on other parts of speech in a syntaxis?

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    Re: Pronouns

    Pronouns replace nouns, so you can use a noun instead of a pronoun, though doing this often makes the text repetitious as we use pronouns to avoid repeating nouns, among other things.

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    Re: Pronouns

    Dear teachers,

    How would you analyse "one" in the following sentence, please?

    "London is ONE of the most loved capital by ...."

    Is one a numeral used as a determinative adjective or is it a (derterminative ??) pronoun ?

    Many thanks,

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