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Hai, An antecedent is the word that a pronoun replaces or refers to. Any time that you have a pronoun, you'll have an antecedent, even if it's not in the very same sentence. This makes sense; if we didn't have an antecedent for every pronoun, we'd be left with a lot of confusion. \(Example\) @DuhhBoss The astronaut could not remember where he parked. Can you spot the pronoun in this sentence? You may remember learning that a pronoun is a word that takes the place of or refers to a noun. A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Pronouns basically help us avoid saying the same nouns over and over. In our example sentence, the word 'he' is a pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'astronaut'. Without the pronoun in this sentence, we'd have to say, The astronaut could not remember where the astronaut parked. Now write some examples...
1. David plays football IN THE COURTYARD. All the children have gathered THERE. 2. MY UNCLE likes candies. HE requests everyone to give him candies as gift. 3. When CHILDREN are happy, THEY clap to express their pleasure.