A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. We use subject pronouns as subjects of sentences and object pronouns as objects.
We can talk about possession in a number of ways. Read this article to learn about possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns and apostrophe +s.
What is the difference between possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives? Read this article to understand the difference and usage of possessive pronouns.
Reflexive pronouns are usually used when the object of a sentence is the same as the subject. They are formed by adding ‘-self’ or ‘-selves’.
Indefinite pronouns are used when we don’t know or don’t need to say precisely who or what you are referring to. Read this article to learn more about them.
What’s the difference between ‘other’, ‘the other’ and ‘another’? In this article, you’ll find the explanation with many examples.
Quantifiers are used at the beginning of noun phrases. They are used to express an amount or a degree of something. Click here to learn more.
The words all, both, half, each, every, either, neither refer to a group of people or things, and to individual member. Click here to learn more.
Article on usage and meaning of interrogative pronouns (also called question words or wh-words).