Questions tagged with pronouns

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Double subject or object
Intuitively, I believe the punctuation in these sentences are correct: "Dr. Peterson, my physician, told me I should avoid dairy." ...
subject object pronoun pronouns punctuation 0 votes, asked Dec 12 by Jonathan
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Is it correct to describe a pronoun in this way?
I was wondering whether this sentence is correct: "Impassive, he sat in his chair." I know that using the adverb ...
adjectives adverbs pronouns 0 votes, asked Nov 11 by Simon
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pronouns in introductory dependent clauses
I seem to remember a rule that if you use an introductory dependent clause, all the pronouns in it have ...
grammar pronouns 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Learafyn
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First person pronouns
Is the correct response to the question "Who did this?" 'ME' or 'I'?
pronouns 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by peter blustein
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pronouns
If some asks, Who is next?" Should you answer "he" or "him.m. Please explain.
subject or object pronouns 0 votes, asked Jul 11 by stacey jones
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type of phrase
Is 'for my sake' a prenominal possessive phrase?
pronouns prenominal possessive 0 votes, asked Jun 15 by RJ Dent
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Is using double object pronouns ungrammatical?
"I'm going to send him them." That sentence sounds horrid and I thought it was grammatically incorrect. Shouldn't it be ...
pronouns PREPOSITIONAL 0 votes, asked Jun 15 by Songibrd
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capitalizations - of mum, dad, uncle Pete,
I am still confused over capitalisation use. Example, I said hi to my grandfather, my dad and my Uncle Pete ...
capitalisation personal pronouns 0 votes, asked May 31 by carol powney
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them vs. they
In the sentence "None so blind as they that will not see." Why wouldn't "they" become "them" since it's after ...
pronouns +1 vote, asked Dec 16 '13 by sali
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Confused about Reflexive Prounouns
I write in informal American English because that's what my clients usually require. However, I still have issues. I want ...
reflexive pronouns yourself +1 vote, asked Jul 01 '13 by Julie Anne
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