Santos, Saxs Gabrielle P. 4th Yr. – AB Mass Communication Assignment: I. 10 sentences showing action words used as linking verbs. 1.

You look happy. 2. They live happily. 3. Arielle studies habitually. 4. I feel hungry today. 5. She keeps her room tidy. 6. Donna sings well. 7. Her grandmother cooks good food. 8. You smile so nice. 9. He loves me. 10.I love him.

Santos, Saxs Gabrielle P. 4th Yr. – AB Mass Communication

Assignment: I. Types of Pronouns According to Use or Function 1. Personal Pronouns-pronouns that refer to one or more persons, places, things, events or ideas (e.g. I, you, he, she, it) 2. Relative Pronouns-pronouns that are used to introduce a relative clause (e.g. The place where I live is safe.) 3. Demonstrative Pronouns-pronouns that give indefinite references to persons, places, things, events, or ideas (e.g. This is a nice place.) 4. Interrogative Pronouns-pronouns that are used to introduce an interrogative sentence (e.g. Who are you?) 5. Reflexive Pronouns-pronouns are used to indicate that the doer and receiver of the action are the same (e.g. You’re so selfish that you love yourself so much.) 6. Intensive Pronouns-pronouns that are used to show emphasis (e.g. I myself did the group project.) 7. Reciprocal Pronouns-pronouns that are used to show reciprocity of the action (e.g. We are a group that we have to work all together.) According to Number 8. Singular Pronouns-pronouns that refer to only one person, place, thing, event, or idea (e.g. I am a Filipino.) 9. Plural Pronouns-pronouns that refer to two or more nouns (e.g. We are Filipinos.) According to Person 10.First-person Pronouns-refers to the speaker (e.g. We are lovers.) 11.Second-person Pronouns-refers to the person spoken to (e.g. You are my life.) 12.Third-person Pronouns-refers to the person spoken about (e.g. He is my boyfriend.) According to Case 13.Nominative Pronouns-pronouns that are used as a subject, subjective complement, or nominative address (e.g. I study always.) 14.Objective Pronouns-pronouns used as a direct object, indirect object, object of the preposition, subject of the verbal, or objective complement (e.g. It is between you and me.) 15.Possessive Pronouns-pronouns that indicates possession (e.g. This land is mine.) According to Gender 16.Masculine Pronouns-refer to pronouns of the male kind (e.g. He is the king.) 17.Feminine Pronouns-refer to pronouns of the female kind (e.g. She is the queen.)

18.Neuter Pronouns-pronouns that refer to inanimate objects, idea, or thing (e.g. It is expensive.)

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