English Pronouns and Prepositions (PDF)
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English Pronouns and Prepositions
Some learners believe that they understand everything about pronouns, because they know that pronouns replace nouns in a sentence and because they are familiar with the personal pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, and they. But the story about pronouns is much longer and more complicated than that.
For one thing, there are many types of pronouns. They range from the personal pronouns that everyone identifi es with relative ease to possessive pronouns, demonstrative pronouns, relative pronouns, refl exive pronouns, reciprocal pronouns, and others. The list should not frighten you.
The names may seem meaningless to you now, but with some experience with the pronouns and adequate practice, they will make sense to you.
In this book you will encounter the various types of pronouns. They will be described for you, and they will be illustrated with examples. Then you will have the opportunity to practice with them in a variety of exercises.