Types of Pronouns

The most famous pronouns — I, you, me, etc. — are called personal pronouns. They come in subject forms, like she, and object forms, like her.

But there are lots of other types, too. There are possessive pronouns — my, your, his, etc. — which work like adjectives. There are reflexive pronouns — myself, yourself, himself — which reflect back on the subject. Indefinite pronouns are words like anyonesomeone and something. Demonstrative pronouns are thisthatthese and those. And there are more. Here's an easy but comprehensive overview of the pronoun types.

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