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Section 11.2

Pronouns

A pronoun takes the place of a noun in referring to aperson, a place, a thing, or an idea. Pronouns can be personal, relative, demonstrative,interrogative, indefinite, reciprocal, orreflexive.

Types of Pronouns

Personal Pronouns: I, you, we

Relative Pronouns: that, which

Demonstrative pronouns: this, that

Interrogative Pronouns: who, what

Indefinite Pronouns: somebody, nothing

Reciprocal Pronoun: each other

Reflexive Pronouns: herself, yourself

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