Words that take place of nouns in sentence are called pronouns.
- Personal pronouns take place of people and things.
- Possessive pronouns show possession or belonging.
- Demonstrative pronouns are used to point out the objects which they refer to.
- Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions.
- Reflexive pronouns are used when the subject and object of the verb refer to the same person or things.
- Relative pronouns are sued to join a phrase or a clause with another in a sentence.
Q. Fill in the blanks using pronouns.
- Here is your new dress. Keep _______ carefully.
- This chair is not _______.
- _______ is worried about my health.
- The book lying there is _______.
- _______ of these would you like to buy?
- _______ is my house.
- To _______ are you going to give this bag?
- _______ dog has a wound on his back.
- I stitched this dress _______.
- They _______ created this confusion.
Q. Fill in the blanks with pronouns.
- Rashmi bought _______ she liked in the fair. (everything, all)
- _______ of you have been called now. (who, all)
- I have lost the book _______ I bought from the book fair. (whom, which)
- I have cooked the dish _______. (myself, mine)
- Sunil is very intelligent. _______ is liked by all. (you, he)