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GrammarQuiz – Pronouns and Antecedents

Pronouns stand for nouns that name persons, places, things, ideas, actions or qualities. Almost all pronouns refer to nouns. These nouns are called antecedents. To try my GrammarQuiz on Pronouns and Antecedents – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below. […]

GrammarQuiz – Pronouns

Personal pronouns refer directly to people or things. There are different personal pronouns for first person, second person and third person. To try my GrammarQuiz on Pronouns – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below. […]

Grammar Tutorial – Pronouns and Antecedents

 A pronoun takes the place of a specific noun that has already been mentioned. The noun that a pronoun refers to is called an antecedent. to learn more about pronouns and antecedents, list to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Grammar Tutorial – Pronouns

Pronouns take the place of nouns so that we do not have to repeat the use of the same noun. To learn more about pronouns, listen to my Tutorial on pronouns – click HERE. […]

Antecedent

Pronouns stand for nouns that name persons, places, things, ideas, actions or qualities. Almost all pronouns refer to nouns. These nouns are called antecedents. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Clauses: independent and dependent

An independent clause may stand alone as a sentence. A dependent clause must always be accompanied by an independent clause. An adjective clause modifies a noun or pronoun. An adverb clause modifies a verb, adverb or adjective. A noun clause acts as a noun and therefore can be a subject, object or predicate noun Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR […] […]

Kinds of clauses

An independent clause may stand alone as a sentence. A dependent clause must always be accompanied by an independent clause. An adjective clause modifies a noun or pronoun. An adverb clause modifies a verb, adverb or adjective. A noun clause acts as a noun and therefore can be a subject, object or predicate noun. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR […] […]