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Nouns and Pronouns


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demonstrative pronoun
a word which refers to a noun (phrase) and shows whether it is near or far from the speaker, e.g. this, that, these, those.
object pronoun
is a word which replaces an object noun or an object noun phrase, e.g. him, her.
personal pronouns
are words, which are used instead of the name of a person, e.g. I (subject pronoun), me (object pronoun).
possessive pronoun
is used to replace a noun and shows something belongs to someone, e.g. the house is mine.
reflexive pronoun
is used when the object of a sentence refers to the same person or thing as the subject of the sentence, e.g. He cut himself.
relative pronoun
introduces a relative clause, e.g. the book which I’m reading is interesting.
collective noun
Refers to a group of people, places or things
common noun
A noun that is not the name of a particular person, place or thing.
compound noun
A combination of two or more words to refer to one noun
countable noun
Noun that has singular and plural form
plural noun
more than one person, place or thing and can be regular or irregula
proper noun
the name of a person or place, e.g. Robert, London.
uncountable noun
Person, place or thing that does not have a plural form
noun phrase
Words that act as the subject, object or complement. It usually contains a noun and words modifying it.