SINGULAR AND PLURAL PRONOUNS

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Published on March 2, 2014

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SINGULAR AND PLURAL PRONOUNS: SINGULAR AND PLURAL PRONOUNS PRONOUNS: PRONOUNS Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. Singular pronouns take the place of singular nouns. Plural pronouns take the place of plural nouns. WHAT IS A NOUN?: WHAT IS A NOUN? A noun is a person, place, or thing. A noun can be singular or plural . PERSON: PERSON Singular Doctor Plural Children PLACE: PLACE Singular School Plural Buildings THING: THING Singular Pencil Plural Books SINGULAR PRONOUNS: SINGULAR PRONOUNS I me he she him her it PLURAL PRONOUNS: PLURAL PRONOUNS we us they them BOTH SINGULAR AND PLURAL: BOTH SINGULAR AND PLURAL you SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE George and Cheryl are at work. Is changed to: George and I are at work. SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE Mr. Michael is the principal. Is changed to: He is the principal. SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE Mrs. Bell likes to sing. Is changed to: She likes to sing. SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE The truck belongs to Colin . Is changed to: The truck belongs to him . SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE The purse belongs to Sara . Is changed to: The purse belongs to her . SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE: SINGULAR PRONOUN EXAMPLE Grady likes to play football. Is changed to: Grady likes to play it . PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE: PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE Mrs. Hamilton’s class is going on a field trip. Is changed to: We are going on a field trip. PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE: PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE Would you like to eat lunch with the second grade teachers ? Is changed to: Would you like to eat lunch with us ? PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE: PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE The third graders are going swimming. Is changed to: They are going swimmimg. PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE: PLURAL PRONOUN EXAMPLE Do you want to go with Renee and Rick to the mall? Is changed to: Do you want to go with them to the mall? SINGULAR EXAMPLE OF YOU AS A PRONOUN: SINGULAR EXAMPLE OF YOU AS A PRONOUN Nick, you must know the answer to the question 8 X 8. you takes the place of Nick PLURAL EXAMPLE OF YOU AS PRONOUN: PLURAL EXAMPLE OF YOU AS PRONOUN Students, do you know what 8 X 8 is? you takes the place of students

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