Prounouns Ii Indef,Demon,Interr,Relat

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Published on January 5, 2009

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Pronouns II: INDEFINITE PRONOUNS DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS
RELATIVE PRONOUNS

Pronouns II Indefinite, Demonstrative, Interrogative, Relative

Definitions PRONOUNS are any word that takes the place of a noun and matches it in number and case. INDEFINITE PRONOUNS refer to non-specific persons or things. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS refers back to a specific noun or pronoun. INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS ask questions. RELATIVE PRONOUNS link phrases or clauses

PRONOUNS are any word that takes the place of a noun and matches it in number and case.

INDEFINITE PRONOUNS refer to non-specific persons or things.

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS refers back to a specific noun or pronoun.

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS ask questions.

RELATIVE PRONOUNS link phrases or clauses

Examples: Indefinite Pronouns A LIST OF INDEFINITE PRONOUNS: Everyone is going to the game. Something was rattling against the roof. They were left with nothing after the fire. anyone others no one everything each something other none everyone both someone ones nobody everybody anything somebody one another neither either anybody some one many each other any several nothing few each one all

A LIST OF INDEFINITE PRONOUNS:

Everyone is going to the game.

Something was rattling against the roof.

They were left with nothing after the fire.

Examples: Demonstrative Pronouns The 4 DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS: Whose coats are these? * We ate at that restaurant. Examples: Interrogative Pronouns List of INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS: Who said that? * Whatever do you mean? ~ In a question you do not know the antecedent. ~ those these that this (-soever) (-ever) which what whose whom who

The 4 DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS:

Whose coats are these? * We ate at that restaurant.

Who said that? * Whatever do you mean?

Examples: Relative Pronouns RELATIVE PRONOUNS link the antecedent to a phrase or clause. You can ask whomever you like to the party. Little dogs that yip drive me nuts. Whichever of you did it, see me after class. who that whichever whomever whoever whom whose which

RELATIVE PRONOUNS link the antecedent to a phrase or clause.

You can ask whomever you like to the party.

Little dogs that yip drive me nuts.

Whichever of you did it, see me after class.

EXAMPLES Use the lines provided for all 6 slides. Write 2-3 examples for INDEFINITE PRONOUNS, DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS, INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS, and RELATIVE PRONOUNS underlining each example. You may have more than one example in each sentence. INDEFINITE PRONOUN EXAMPLES James bought many books from Amazon. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS This tree is runty; I want that one instead. INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS You want to speak to whom? RELATIVE PRONOUNS It was Tommy who made the final goal.

Use the lines provided for all 6 slides. Write 2-3 examples for INDEFINITE PRONOUNS, DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS, INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS, and RELATIVE PRONOUNS underlining each example. You may have more than one example in each sentence.

INDEFINITE PRONOUN EXAMPLES

James bought many books from Amazon.

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

This tree is runty; I want that one instead.

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

You want to speak to whom?

RELATIVE PRONOUNS

It was Tommy who made the final goal.

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