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Pronouns

Usually pronouns refer to a noun, an individual or group, or thing whose identity was been made clear previously. The word a pronoun substitutes for is called its antecedent. Jeanne accepted Carmelo's proposal. She knew he was the right guy for her. Not all pronouns refer to an antecedent. For example, Everyone on this floor charges over one-hundred dollars an hour. The pronoun everyone does not have an antecedent in this example.

There are a variety of different kinds of pronouns:


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