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Pronouns

Development of a Linear Programme (Pronouns)

Frame 1

A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun.

Rohit is a teacher in Govt. Senior Secondary School. He is loved by all the students.

In the sentence, ‘He’ is used in place of Rohit

Rohit is a noun.

‘He’ is a word used in place of noun.

So, ‘He’ is a _______________________.

 
 

Frame 2

Anamika is a maths teacher. She teaches mathematics with technology.

In the sentence, ‘She’ is used in place of noun Anamika.

So, ‘She’ is a _______________________.

 
 

Frame 3

Mohan and Amrit are friends. They read and play together.

In the sentence, word ‘they’ is used in place of Mohan and Amrit.

Therefore, the word, ‘____________’ is a pronoun.

 
 

Frame 4

Mandeep is a good boy. He reads in 9th class. His father is a farmer.

So, instead of repeating the noun ‘Mandeep’, the words ‘he’ and ‘his’ have been used.

Thus, the words ‘_________’ and ‘_________’ are pronouns replacing the noun Mandeep.

 
 

Frame 5

A personal pronoun is one which is used in place of the name of a person.

Dr. Mehar sir is a professor. He is an Indian.

Here the word ‘he’ is used in place of the name of a person.

Thus, the word ‘he’ is  a ____________________ pronoun.

 
 

Frame 6

Parveen Sir teaches us English.

In the above sentence, the word ‘us’ stands for persons.

So, the word ‘us’ is a _______________ pronoun.

 
 

Frame 7

Give me some water, please.

Let them go.

In these sentences, ______________ and _______________ are personal pronouns as they are used in place of the name of persons.

 
 

Frame 8

They gave him a prize.

In the above sentence, ______________ and _______________ are personal pronouns as they are used in place of the name of persons.

 
 

Frame 9

There is a book on the table. It is an English book.

In the above sentence, ______________ is a personal pronoun as it is used in place of the name of things.

 
 

Frame 10

The Reflexive Pronouns are those that are formed by adding ‘self’ or ‘selves’ to personal pronouns. In it, the doer of the action is also the receiver of the action.

I cook for myself.

In the above sentence, the doer of the action ‘I’ is also the receiver of the action.  So, the word ‘myself’ is a ________________ pronoun.

 
 
 


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