Questions tagged with pronoun

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Can Grammarly be taught/shown Proper Pronouns?
As stated above, can the program be taught or shown proper pronouns when writing a fiction work so it doesn't ...
pronoun pronouns 0 votes, asked Sep 22 by Jessica
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Common to pronouns and notional words.
What is common to pronouns and notional words?
Word pronoun 0 votes, asked Sep 16 by Владислав Радечко (Monopolor)
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can I omit the pronoun?
the quality of your videos is the best! and you were so close to the stage, how lucky! (how lucky ...
pronoun omit grammar +1 vote, edited Sep 09 by Lily
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Trying to figure out the right pronoun in a unique sentence structure
I've tried searching all over the internet to get this answered, but it's such a unique sentence structure, I can't ...
pronoun present-progressive subject-verb +2 votes, asked Sep 06 by Keith
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She saw John took...
For the verb of perception 'saw', I know these are correct: - She saw John take the book. - She ...
verb pronoun Non-Finite subject tense 0 votes, asked Aug 08 by Irene
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Relative pronoun on affirmative sentence
Is it correct to affirm with no interrogation intention whatsoever: "My friends: who my parents think they are". Thank you
relative pronoun affirmative 0 votes, asked Jul 13 by evoluzionefinanziaria
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Pronoun Rule
Can somebody please explain this rule further and give me examples? "The case of a pronoun following the conjunction as ...
pronoun rule than as clause +2 votes, asked Jul 11 by Creo
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relative noun verb agreement
[The Egyptians built the pyramids out of giant stone blocks that weight several thousand kilograms each.] weight or weights, which ...
relative pronoun subject verb aggreement 0 votes, asked May 23 by jerry pan
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Grammatical clasification
I would like to know what "very much" is grammatically speaking. And adverb? An adjective? none? (I found it on ...
grammar adjective Adverb pronoun much 0 votes, asked May 22 by Solange
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Pronoun he or him?
In the sentance, "you and he do prove" or you and him do prove" which is correct? the former or ...
pronoun he or him 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by jf
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Using proper pronoun case
In these instances, which pronouns should be used? 1. The article was signed by Bea Wright and (she, her). 2. ...
pronoun proper her she +1 vote, asked Feb 04 by greyson chamberlain
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Making comparisons
Are all these sentences grammatically correct, and do they mean the same? Our children go to the same school as ...
comparison pronoun 0 votes, asked Jan 15 by Abdul Quadir
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Pronoun agreement singular/plural/gender
As parents, you want your child to learn to think for (herself, himself, themselves). [The answer is obvious if we ...
pronoun antecedent +1 vote, asked Jan 09 by Gaylier Miller
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Is this sentence asking a question. Also, In writing does "IF" always presents a ? (not if the noun)
In having a conversation with one other party, Is this sentence asking a ? if it is asking a question, ...
if objective law pronoun 0 votes, asked Oct 24 '15 by Edward Dixon
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Reflexive Pronouns
This may sound silly, but I saw this sentence in the description of a Family Guy episode, and I couldn't ...
reflexive pronoun +1 vote, asked Sep 29 '15 by disacorn
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In this sentence, which pronoun would one use?"I describe (his, him) dancing in the leaves."
pronoun agreement verb 0 votes, asked Sep 28 '15 by Mallory
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Correct pronoun
What is the correct form of "I"?Here is Anna and I at the harbour area in France"Here is Anna and ...
pronoun 0 votes, asked Sep 13 '15 by Ian
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Is "mine's" correct as a meta-possessive?
I wrote a sentence that began "I borrowed a drill, because mine's battery was no longer a battery..." and now ...
possessive pronoun usages 0 votes, asked Sep 05 '15 by Padmavyuha
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"that" or "which" following preposition
Using the word "which" makes the following sentence correct. Using the word "that" makes it a run-on. But I need ...
that which pronoun +1 vote, asked Sep 04 '15 by Gwen Carson
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When I don't know the gender of one person, and replace "he/him or she/her" with " they", is it correct ...
pronoun +1 vote, asked Jul 31 '15 by aviator
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Reflexive Pronoun Question
I understand that reflexive pronouns are used only as objects. Here is my sentence in question - "I still believe ...
reflexive pronoun 0 votes, edited Jul 16 '15 by Francesca
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it was they or it was them
Just another simple yet often confusing question. Which one is correct and what's the exact grammatical term for this type ...
case pronoun 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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pronoun problems
Hello, I would like to know whether after the word feel we can use himself for ex. He felt himself ...
pronoun 0 votes, asked May 31 '15 by Diana
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Whose is this book?
Hello there! I have a simple question. Consider the following sentences: 1) Whose book is this? 2) Whose is this? ...
whose pronoun +1 vote, asked May 27 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Pronoun usage (subject or object?)
In the following sentence, would "I" or "me" be correct?All of the English teachers, including Mrs. Sanford and I/me, were ...
pronoun subject object 0 votes, asked May 15 '15 by Sara
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Functions of the Noun: Subject vs Noun in Apposition
In the sentence, "Holden, you need to write this letter yourself.", what are the functions of both "Holden and "you"? ...
subject appositive pronoun 0 votes, asked May 13 '15 by Centaurdust146
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Types of pronoun
She herself say so, is this reflexive or emphatic pronoun.
grammer pronoun reflexive 0 votes, asked May 04 '15 by Ahmed Sami
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Me before you
The other day my friend said, "me and you have similar taste in music", I noted the me should never ...
Me you pronoun object subject 0 votes, asked Feb 20 '15 by Katrina
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Who vs whom
I know the basic rules for when to use "who" or "whom," but sometimes I get a little confused. For ...
subject pronoun object who whom 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by Joshua Neumann
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Is it correct to use a semicolon in the below sentence, where the second subject is colloquially ommitted: "I had ...
Semicolon pronoun clause +1 vote, asked Feb 05 '15 by John Stringfellow
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