Questions and Answers on Pronouns
Answer : Personal, possessive, reciprocal, reflexive, demonstrative, interrogative, relative, indefinite.
Answer : A reflexive pronoun refers back to the subject or emphasizes a particular noun or pronoun.
Answer : One uses a plural verb regardless of whether you is singular or plural.
Answer : One uses the nominative case form when the pronoun is a subject or a subject complement. One uses the objective case form when the pronoun is an object of a verb, a preposition, or a verbal.
Answer : The demonstrative pronouns are this, that, these and those. The plural of this is these. The plural of that is those.
Answer : No, they do not. Since an interrogative pronoun asks a question, the antecedent is unknown until the question is answered.
Answer : The relative pronoun who refers only to people.
Answer : They are indefinite pronouns.
Answer : Indefinite pronouns cause the most number problems. Some are only singular. Some are only plural. Some can be either singular or plural. Some take different singular and plural forms. Be sure of the number of the indefinite pronoun that you use.
Answer : No it does not. With an apostrophe, it’s is a contraction for it is.