Pronouns

Personal pronouns, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns

Personal pronouns Possessive determiners Possessive pronouns
as subject           (nominative) as object                   (accusative and dative)
I me My mine
You you Your yours
He him His his
She her Her hers
It it Its its
We us Our ours
You you Your yours
They them Their theirs
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We have some books. The books are for us. These are our books. The books are ours.

 

Relative clauses with who/which

who: when we talk about people

which: when we talk about things

whose: instead of his/her or their

We also use that for who/which.

This is the boy who played Football.

This is the car, which had an accident.

This is the boy whose mother works for the radio.

 

Reflexive pronouns

Myself

Yourself

Himself          He carries the books himself

Herself

Itself

ourselves

yourselves

themselves

Each other             They help each other

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