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Origin of pronoun
grammar notes for pronoun
Example sentences from the Web for pronoun
Generally uses masculine pronouns (e.g., “he” or “his”) or gender neutral pronouns.
Generally uses female pronouns (e.g., “she” or “her”) or gender neutral pronouns.
It's safest to de-gay fresh anecdotes you've actually experienced, but it's a lot trickier than swapping out pronouns.
He changed the pronouns in the last two lines, for always it was morning when they met, night when they bade farewell.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
In its conjugations, the pronouns are incorporated with the verb, either as prefixes or suffixes.
In compound words the mere signs of the first and second pronouns, N and K, are employed.
The scheme of the pronouns is very complete, and provides for nearly all the recondite distinctions of person.
Provision defining the words and phrases, and covering all tenses, pronouns and both sexes.
British Dictionary definitions for pronoun
Word Origin for pronoun
Cultural definitions for pronoun
A word that takes the place of a noun. She, herself, it, and this are examples of pronouns. If we substituted pronouns for the nouns in the sentence “Please give the present to Karen,” it would read “Please give it to her.”