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When no one else can understand me


When everything I do is wrong
You give me love and consolation
You give me hope to carry on

And you¶re always there to lend a hand


In everything I do that¶s the wonder
The wonder of you

And when you smile the world is brighter


You touch my hand and I¶m a king
Your love to me is worth a fortune
Your love for me is everything

I¶ll guess I¶ll never know the reason why


You love me like you do
That¶s the wonder the wonder of you
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1. PERSONAL PRONOUNS
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1. Personal Pronoun:  ! 


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personal pronouns include


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mronouns   


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point to identify a noun
or a pronounr

   
   
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4 .RELATIVE PRONOUN
ELATIVE m N N

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They are used at the beginning of the


subordinate clause which gives specific
information about the main clause.
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whom   
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Themselves is a reflexive pronoun. The person to


whom that pronoun ³reflects´ is students.
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emember, the reflexive pronoun is
necessary to understand the meaning
of a sentence. If the same pronouns
are used, but not needed, they are
called intensive pronouns.
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eflexive * The boy made himself breakfast.
Intensive * The boy made breakfast himself.
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Indefinite pronoun: a pronoun


that may take the place of a
noun but they do not refer to a
specific person or thing.
Õ  O  OO
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indefinite pronouns can be either
Si  or P

   


if you use an indefinite pronoun as


a subject, then your verb must
 with it
     
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SO, how can we determine which indefinite pronouns are


Si  and WHiH are plural?
!" wm 
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6 N 6 V 6 N 6 V 6 N 6 V 

M Y E M Y E M Y E   
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Each of the students has his or her ideas about homework

   
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identify each indefinite pronoun as S or P Then select the
appropriate verb

1 ach (think, thinks) about the plot




 Many of the students (do, does) their homework




3 Most of the students (is, are) reliable


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4 Several (is, are) presenting their speeches


m
identify each indefinite pronoun as S or P Then select the
appropriate pronoun

1 veryone studies (his or her, their) book

 ach has (their, his or her) point of view

3 Several offer (his or her, their) advice

4 ll of the students give (his or her, their) opinions, too


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show a mutual relationship.


When each of two or more
subjects is acting in the same
way towards the other.
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Õ  is used when the group consists
of just two people, animals
or things.
6   is used when the groups
consists of more than
two people, animals or things.
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Ex:
John and Bob respect  .
e are commanded to love  
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The boats were bumping against
each other in the storm.
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each other

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