Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 9 Pronouns – number, gender and case

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 9 Pronouns - number, gender and case Genre/Topic:

Does ‘you’ stand for singular or plural? Can you use the pronoun ‘she’ for your brother? What gender does the pronoun ‘it’ belong to? Can pronouns be also differentiated according to case?

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2nd Grade Grammar Pronouns

2nd Grade Grammar Pronouns Genre/Topic:

I, you, he, she, it, we and they are pronouns. Pronouns are used in place of nouns.

1st Grade Grammar Pronouns 3

1st Grade Grammar Pronouns 3 Genre/Topic:

Words like I, she and we are pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns Genre/Topic: ,

What are pronouns? What is the difference between adjectives and pronouns?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 8 Pronouns

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 8 Pronouns Genre/Topic:

What are pronouns? When do we use ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’? Can we use ‘they’ in place of singular nouns? What are ‘Mr.’ and ‘Mrs.’?

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Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 11 Pronouns

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 11 Pronouns Genre/Topic:

What are pronouns? Are all pronouns written in capital letters? When do we use ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’? Can pronouns also be singular and plural?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 8 Kinds of pronouns

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 8 Kinds of pronouns Genre/Topic:

What are pronouns? What is a personal pronoun? What are possessive pronouns? What are reflective pronouns? What are demonstrative pronouns? What are interrogative pronouns? What are relative pronouns?

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3rd Grade Grammar Personal Pronouns

3rd Grade Grammar Personal Pronouns Genre/Topic:

A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. I, you, he, she, it, they and we are personal pronouns.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 32 Relative clauses: Other relative pronouns

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 32 Relative clauses: Other relative pronouns Genre/Topic: , ,

Can ‘whose’, ‘where’ and ‘when’ be used as relative pronouns? When? Can these pronouns be used in both defining and non defining clauses?

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