10 examples of pronouns in a sentence
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Pronouns are one of the most commonly used sentence building blocks in English. You need to have a good understanding of pronouns if you want to speak English like a native. If your native language’s sentence structure is very different from English, you might struggle with pronouns at the beginning. But they are not difficult to learn, and you can learn them too. Let’s see the pronouns and their examples.
Subject (Personal Pronouns)
Subject or personal pronouns are used instead of subjects, and they should take place before the verb.
Object pronouns are used instead of objects in the sentence. They take place after the verb.
Possessive pronouns are used to describe belonging. There should be no other names after possessive pronouns.
Reflexive pronouns are used to strengthen the meaning of the sentence. Using a reflexive pronoun means that both subjective and the person influencing from it are the same person.
Indefinite pronouns are used when you do not know who the subject is or you do not want to say who the subject is.
Demonstratives are used instead of demonstrative adjectives, and they are used to point out something.
Here are 10 examples of pronouns in a sentence;
1.I take the trash out.
2.You will come with me.
3.He studies every night.
4.She can’t cook for you.
5.He learned to read by himself.
6.Everything is ready for the birthday party.
7.Your car is more expensive than ours.
8.Hi my friend, would you like something to eat?
9.Someone knows where he is.
10.I learnt English by myself.