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Sentence count:78+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-05Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: pronouncemonotonouslymonotonoushonouragronomyastronomerchronologyannounceMeaning: ['prəʊnaʊn]  n. a function word that is used in place of a noun or noun phrase. 
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1 The word'who'in'the man who came'is a relative pronoun.
2 Here you should use plural pronoun.
3 The most notable is the relative pronoun that, which can only be used with a restrictive relative clause.
4 I use the pronoun I to make it a personal statement.
5 She announced her decision this morning the pronoun she points to Mrs Thatcher within the textual world itself.
6 Here the reflexive pronoun himself marks the fact that him has the same denotation as the subject of the verb,( John.
7 We are given the pronoun first, and then kept in suspense as to its identity, which is revealed later.
8 Most transitive verbs can take a reflexive pronoun.
9 White is the pronoun of chasteness, nobility, chilly.
10 Most transitive verbs can take a reflexive pronoun asobject.
11 Complete the sentences below using the appropriate reflexive pronoun.
12 Reflexive pronouns can emphasize a noun or pronoun.
13 Each other is a reciprocal pronoun.
14 Is a relative pronoun necessary here?
15 This is a first personal pronoun.
16 In the phrase 'you are', the verb 'are' is in the second person and the word 'you' is a second-person pronoun.
17 In stories the subject often comes after said, says or say when it follows the actual words spoken, unless it is a pronoun. Be quiet, I have something to say.
18 In 'He cut himself', 'cut' is a reflexive verb and 'himself' is a reflexive pronoun.
19 Each student has been given his or her own e-mail address. The use of his or her sometimes sounds slightly formal and it is becoming more common to use the plural pronoun their:Each student has been given their own e-mail address.
20 In 'the man who came', 'who' is a relative pronoun and 'who came' is a relative clause.
21 In the sentence 'This is my brother', 'this' is a demonstrative pronoun.
22 In 'Tom likes jazz', and 'They like rock music', the singular verb 'likes' agrees with the subject 'Tom' and the plural verb 'like' agrees with the pronoun 'they'.
23 In ` This is my bike', ` this'is a demonstrative pronoun.
24 In the sentence 'The woman who I met was wearing a brown hat', 'who' is a relative pronoun.
25 In the sentence, "She prides herself on doing a good job", "prides" is a reflexive verb and "herself" is a reflexive pronoun.
26 Building it in is hard because the amount of knowledge which is potentially relevant to decoding each pronoun, is extremely large.
27 It is the verb to bring down that forges the link between the otherwise still nouns and pronoun in the sentence.
28 But the grammarian is tongue-tied without his labels: noun, adjective, verb, adverb, conjunction, pronoun.
29 Here, finite verbs will agree in both cases with the superficially plural pronoun.
30 The art-historical etiquette for describing the nude is to use the pronoun it rather than her.
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