Shubhita S.

asked • 03/04/21

Please Help with these pronoun questions.

What are the nouns in the following sentence: "Her computer was repaired by the technician on Tuesday."


Rewrite the following sentence correctly by replacing one proper noun with a PRONOUN. "The teacher helped Michael with Michael's Independent Reading script."


In the sentence: "Chloe loves her new Chromebook."; identify which pair of words is the PRONOUN & its ANTECEDENT


Which sentence uses a REFLEXIVE PRONOUN correctly?

Vi pours herself a cup of tea each morning.

Mrs. Harding said, "You need to give myself some time to look at your work."



Please Help! I don't understand!!

Arlene C.

Nouns are people, places, things, concepts and processes. When we see an article- the words a, an, or the- we know that a noun will follow soon after; however, they may descriptive words (adjectives and advierbs) beforehand. ex: the boy and the slim boy. Here boy is the noun in both. What are the nouns in the following sentence: "Her computer was repaired by the technician on Tuesday." So we have computer (thing), technician (person) and Tuesday (noun) Pronouns replace nouns., So rather than using proper names and other nouns over and over, we change the word to a poronoun. google pronoun chart to see the different types. For example subject pronouns carry out actions (I) object pronouns receive(me) this means I say I (subject pronoun) like the gift I received vs The gift was given to me (object) . "The teacher helped Michael with his Independent Reading script." Antecedent is the noun to which the pronoun refers to. In the sentence: "Chloe loves her new Chromebook."; identify which pair of words is the PRONOUN & its ANTECEDENT Here her refers to chloe so its the antecedent Which sentence uses a REFLEXIVE PRONOUN correctly? Reflexive pronouns must always be used with the noun or subject pronoun in the sentence. Vi pours herself a cup of tea each morning. Correct herself refers to Vi Mrs. Harding said, "You need to give myself some time to look at your work." Incorrect. The reflexive pronoun is myself so I should be in the sentence.
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