Pronouns

English Pronouns

English Pronouns

What is a Pronoun? The Cambridge Dictionary has a great page defining the different types of pronouns. You can take a look here: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/pronoun

They define a pronoun as :

a word that is used instead of a noun or a noun phrase:

Pronouns are often used to refer to a noun that has already been mentioned.
“She”, “it”, and “who” are all examples of pronouns.
The correct pronunciation of these English Pronouns are really important.  You will use these words again and again in your everyday conversations.  Being confident in your pronunciation of these cornerstone words will increase your overall level of speaking confidence – you know that you can say these words automatically, giving you time to focus on the less common, harder to pronounce words.
Take a listen to the video or audio files and repeat each of the words you hear.  Recording your pronunciation attempts so you can compare your version with the recorded version.  Don’t worry if you don’t get it correct the first time – try and work out what you are doing wrong.  Are you getting the correct placement of your mouth, lips and tongue to reproduce the correct pronunciation?

Possessive Pronouns:

 

Subjective Pronouns:

 

Objective Pronouns:

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