“Pronouns.”

Pronoun

A pronoun is used to refer to a person or thing

A pronoun is also known as a substitute noun

Pronouns are split into perspectives

1st person

2nd Person

3rd Person

I

me

mine

myself

you

you

yours

yourself

he/she

him/her

his/hers

him/her,-self

Things to remember

 Pronouns have plurals for the 1st,2nd and third person

Pronouns also have singular and plural words for things.

Common Noun

Common nouns are generic names

A common noun is a ^unique descriptor.

A person

A place

A thing

boy

girl

Man

Woman

town

county

province

country

car

toy

candy

cereal

Things to remember

 A common noun will help describe a proper noun.

 If a common noun is also a countable noun, then the common noun becomes plural when there is more than one

When a proper noun is tied to a common noun the capital letter of the proper noun must be also applied to the common noun.

We live in County Antrim.

Using common nouns as descriptors will provide more information

David is a man.

The woman is called Eileen.

When a proper noun is tied to a common noun the capital letter of the proper noun must be also applied to the common noun.

Identifier:

   *Unique;  A word, in and to itself, unique. proper nouns.

 **General; A word that can represent a "unique identifier" without the need of a "determiner" e.g. a, the, every. pronouns.

 

 

Descriptor:

    ^Unique;   A word that is used as an introduction to help define a "unique identifier" or a "general identifier". common nouns.

   ^^General;  A word that is used to define things made from matter. concrete nouns.

^^^intangible; A word is used to define things absent of matter. abstract nouns.