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B4 Nouns And Pronouns

Lesson Four

Nouns and Pronouns

Nouns

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Nouns represent people, places, things, activities, emotions, and ideas.

(1) a person

actor

(2) a place

Nicaragua

(3) a thing

 

pliers

 

(4) an emotion

love

(5) an idea

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:

Count Nouns

and

Noncount Nouns

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Pronouns

write  

Pronouns represent nouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, and they are….

Subject Pronouns

Singular
Plural
I
We
You
You
He
They
She
It

This quicktime video is for the pronouns “you” and “I.”

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I am a teacher.

Noun: teacher

Pronoun: I

You are a student.

Noun: student

Pronoun: You

He is a guitar player

Noun: player

Pronoun: He

She is a mother.

Noun: mother.

Pronoun: she

It is a radio.

Noun: radio

Pronoun: It

We are people.

Noun: people

Pronoun: We

(I + You) = We

I

+

you

You are students.

Noun: Students

Pronoun: You

Note: “You” can be singular or plural

They are a family.

Noun: family

Pronoun: They

“They” is always plural.

It can be used for people or things.

 

They are wooden chairs.

Noun: chairs

Pronoun: They

“They” is a plural pronoun for the chairs.

 

 

write 

There are also….

Object Pronouns

Singular
Plural
me
us
you
you
him
them
her
It

 

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Next: Lesson Five

demonstrative pronouns

 

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