List of Pronouns
1. John is an artist. John travels around the world and exhibits art. John says that making art is John’s passion.
2. John is an artist. He travels around the world and exhibits art. He says that making art is his passion.
Notice the use of the pronoun he, his instead of John repetitively has structured the sentence and made it easy for the reader as well. Pronouns are of many kinds, possessive pronouns, personal pronouns, relative pronouns, reflexive pronouns, indefinite pronouns, demonstrative pronouns, and interrogative pronouns.
Possessive pronouns, as the name suggests, show possession. They are used to show ownership.
Personal pronouns are short words that are used to refer to people or things.
Relative pronouns are those that are used to connect two clauses and define the noun.
Reflexive pronouns are myself, yourself, ourselves, himself, herself, and themselves. These pronouns are used to refer to names and things.
As the name suggests, these pronouns are not definite and vague in their nature.
- no one
Unlike indefinite pronouns, demonstrative pronouns are used to refer to a certain person or thing in a sentence.
Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions.