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The first thing you need to know for this quiz is what a pronoun is. A pronoun you may recall is a word that replaces one or more nouns. For example: “Terry’s house” can be reworded using a pronoun to say “Her house.”
There are four basic kinds of pronouns and they are possessive, demonstrative, interrogative and indefinite.
A possessive pronoun is always an adjective. It is a personal pronoun that answers the question, “Which one?” Examples of possessive pronouns include:
A demonstrative pronoun is always an adjective and includes the words: that, this, these and those. Examples of demonstrative pronouns are:
An interrogative pronoun is always an adjective and includes the words: whose, what and which. The pronoun is a word that can ask a question. Examples of interrogative pronouns are:
An indefinite pronoun is always an adjective and includes words such as: each, some, few, many, another, both, all, etc. This pronoun does not define a specific number but, rather, it points to a general amount. Examples of indefinite pronouns are:
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