You study abut pronoun that pronoun can do everything that noun do, right! Pronoun can take place of noun.
Here is a list of pronoun detail.
Surprise to Know about Types of Pronoun
- Personal Pronouns
- Demonstrative Pronouns
- Interrogative Pronouns
- Reciprocal Pronouns
- Possessive Pronouns
- Reflexive Pronouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Indefinite Pronouns
In our books, there are 8 types of pronouns, but it may be 9. So which counting is correct? Don’t think. It is an old English and modern English game. Generally there are 8 types of pronouns. If you can clear, please.
Definition of Pronoun
Pronoun is a word which used in place of a noun.
There are 3 kinds of Pronouns.
- Personal Pronoun
- Interrogative Pronoun
- Relative Pronoun
1 PERSONAL PRONOUN
Definition of Personal Pronoun
These pronouns are used for person.
These are 3 kinds:
- First Person
- Second Person
- Third Person
First Person: In a Sentence, a person who talks is first person. Example- I, We
Second Person: To whom, the person talks is second person. Ex- you
Third Person: About whom, the person talks is third person. Ex- He, She , it, they
First person- I, We जो बोल रहा है
Second Person-you जो सुन रहा है
Third Person- He, She, it, they जिसके बारे में बात की जा रही रही है
2 Interrogative Pronoun
Definition of Interrogative Pronoun
These are also call “ Question Words” or wh-words”. In interrogative sentences, helping verb used after wh-words. Question Mark? Is put up after interrogative sentence
|Word||Meaning in Interrogative Pronoun||Meaning in relative pronoun|
|Who (living person)||कौन||जो|
|What ( idea or non living person)||क्या||जो|
|Where (place)||कहाँ||वहाँ, जहाँ|
|How (manner of work)||कैसे||जैसे|
|How many (plural, in numbers)||कितने||उतने, जितने|
|How much (singular, quantity)||कितना||उतना, जितना|
|Whom (indirect object)||किसकों||जिसको|
|Whose (posession)||किसका, किसकी||जिसका, जिसकी|
3 Relative Pronoun
Definition of Relative Pronoun
Relative Pronoun is used to connect two sentences.
When “wh-word” are used in the middle of sentence, they perform as a “ Relative Pronoun”.
Example of relative pronoun
- What are you doing?
In the above sentences “what” is performing as “interrogative pronoun”.
- I don’t know what are you doing?
In the above sentence “what” is performating as “relative pronoun” because it connects two sentences.