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Pronouns

. 1. Mrs. May walked down the street to catch the bus. 2 ...

Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. Some pronouns take the place of nouns in the subject part of a sentence. Example: Louis rode the skateboard.

Pronouns

Name: _____ Side 1 Pronouns A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. example: John is a mail carrier.

Name: P - ronouns Read each sentence. Choose the correct ...

Name: _____ Pronouns Read each sentence. Choose the correct pronoun that can replace the underlined word(s) in each sentence.

Other Pronoun Rules

Other Pronoun Rules 1. Pronouns which follow linking verbs ( be, being, been, am, is, are, was, were, and forms of seem, appear, remain, and become ) should be in the subject form ( I, he, she, we, they ).

Pronouns: A Complete and Practical Approach

Pronouns: A Complete and Practical Approach 1. What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word that is designed to take the place of a noun. 2. Why are pronouns needed?

THE MORPHOLOGY OF PASHTO PRONOUN - A COMPUTATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

1 1 THE MORPHOLOGY OF PASHTO PRONOUN - A COMPUTATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Mohammad Abid Khan and Fatima Tuz Zuhra Department of Computer Science University of Peshawar Published in Central Asia, 2006 ABSTRACT The Pashto pronouns are explained from the point of view of the processing of the language by ...

173 Teaching Pronouns

© 2008 Super Duper ® Publications • www.superduperinc.com Super Duper ® Handy Handouts! ® Number 173 Teaching Pronouns in the Classroom By Suzie Hill, M. Ed. Pronouns are words that take the place of common and proper nouns in a sentence.

Pronoun Types and Basic Interpretation

Pronouns DanielB¨uring (UCLA) buring@humnet.ucla.edu March 2007 1 Pronoun Types and Basic Interpretation The class of pronouns in English includes expressions like he, she, it, us, they, her, herself, ourselves, each other, here, there, now, someone, somewhere, this, that and these.

Possessive Pronouns worksheet

Title: Possessive Pronouns worksheet Author: T. Smith Publishing Subject: possessive pronouns worksheet for 3rd grade Keywords: third grade language arts; possessive pronouns; free printable worksheet; www.tlsbooks.com; T. Smith Publishing; possessivepronouns

Title: Using a Variety of Pronouns Correctly

One Stop Shop For Educators The following instructional plan is part of a GaDOE collection of Unit Frameworks, Performance Tasks, examples of Student Work, and Teacher Commentary.