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He likes me.
sākt mācīties
used when the object in the sentence is first person singular; object pronoun
Please visit us tomorrow!
sākt mācīties
used when the object in the sentence is first person plural; object pronoun
It's his car.
sākt mācīties
indicates that something belongs to the third person singular, male; possessive pronoun
You are my everything.
sākt mācīties
"all" referring to things; after everything we use a verb in singular form
This is my gift.
sākt mācīties
indicates that something belongs to the first person singular; possessive pronoun
I like myself.
sākt mācīties
when the subject and object is the first person singular; the action I do affects me; reflexive pronoun
somebody / someone
I met somebody on the street.
sākt mācīties
one person
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What is a pronoun?

We will start learning about pronouns from the basics - the pronoun definition. A pronoun is a word that substitutes the noun in a sentence. Its main purpose is to avoid repetitions. For example, if you want tell a story about your friend Mike, you will use pronouns to not repeat his name all the time. Pronouns make it easier for others to understand what are you saying. The pronouns are an important aspect when learning English. Use our pronoun app and this lesson to learn pronouns!

Types of pronouns

There are more types of pronouns. The personal pronouns are those that refer to a thing or a person. There are different forms of personal pronouns depending on the gender, case, person and number. There are also demonstrative pronouns you can learn with our platform or by downloading our app. The demonstrative pronouns are this, these, those, that. You can use our app as a pronoun app to access this lesson and learn pronouns. The next type of pronouns is the relative pronouns, those that link a phrase with another phrase - that, which,whichever. The interrogative pronouns that you can learn with our pronoun app, as you might have guessed are those that we use in questions (what, who, whom). The pronoun app will also teach you some indefinite pronouns, including everybody, somebody and more. The intensive pronouns you can learn using our pronoun app are those that emphasize what is before them: "She herself knows she is wrong". The reflexive pronouns that you can learn with this lesson in our pronoun app are those that refer to the subject of the sentence (herself, himself, etc.).

Pronoun examples

The list of pronouns of this lesson can be easily learnt with our pronoun app. It includes different types of pronouns, their pronunciation and explanations, all displayed in our pronoun app. Here are some pronoun examples you can learn with our pronoun app:
  • 1. somebody - indefinite pronoun
  • 2. this - demonstrative pronoun
  • 3. which - relative pronoun
  • 4. what - interrogative pronoun
  • 5. himself - reflexive pronoun
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