Nouns and Pronouns
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Nouns represent people, places, things, activities, emotions, and ideas.
(1) a person
(2) a place
(3) a thing
(4) an emotion
(5) an idea
Examples of nouns:
1. That man is an actor.
2. That country is beautiful.
3. I use pliers to fix things.
4. Everyone needs love.
5. I have an idea! Let’s go see a movie!
Nouns are divided into two main groups:
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Pronouns represent nouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are….
This quicktime video is for the pronouns “you” and “I.”
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I am a teacher.
You are a student.
He is a guitar player
She is a mother.
It is a radio.
We are people.
(I + You) = We
You are students.
Note: “You” can be singular or plural
They are a family.
“They” is always plural.
It can be used for people or things.
They are wooden chairs.
“They” is a plural pronoun for the chairs.
There are also….
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