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  • Compound Personal Pronouns - We form the compound personal pronouns in the nominative and objective cases by adding "self" to the singular, and adding "selves" to the plural of personal pronouns.
  • Gender Form of Pronouns - We use the masculine form of the pronoun to refer to nouns representing both male and female.
  • Interrogative Pronouns - When we use the pronouns who, which, what to ask questions, we call them interrogative pronouns.
  • What are Demonstrative Pronouns? - When we use this and that in the singular and these and those in the plural as pronouns, and point out the nouns to which they refer, we call them demonstrative pronouns.
  • What are Indefinite Pronouns? - We call a pronoun that hints at the identity (expressed or implied) of one or more unspecified beings, objects, or places as an indefinite pronoun.
  • What are Personal Pronouns? - Most of the personal pronouns have two forms for the possessive case. The first of these forms for example, my is used when the pronoun precedes its noun as an adjective modifier.
  • What are Pronouns? - What are pronouns? Pronouns take the place of nouns; they can do everything a noun can do in a sentence.