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I think it's indefinite. Those are your words like neither, either, nothing, etc. So the answer would be indefinite.
Which kind of pronoun is the underlined word? (herself underlined) My sister buried herself in a book most of the day. A. reflexive B. indefinite C. demonstrative D. personal
it is indefinite. an indefinite pronoun does not refer a specific person.eg. of indefinite pronouns are most,few,somebody .etc.
Definitely reflexive. I think of reflexive pronouns that can directly bounce off of a normal pronoun. For example, if I say "me" the reflexive pronoun is "Myself"
Which word in the sentence is a demonstrative pronoun? When you have finished picking up your clothes, sort through most of these in the closet. A. most B. your C. through D. these
Well, by this point, we know that "most" is an indefinite pronoun. Therefore, it can't be A. Through is a preposition, not a pronoun, so it can't be C. Then you're left with D and B. Personal pronouns are your "he, she it" pronouns. Something that's included there, though it's second-person, is "your." So your answer would be B.
hich word in the sentence is a personal pronoun? He said those were Eric's books on the table. A. on B. those C. the D. He
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Which one do you think it is? (Btw I mixed up some things in my head. I meant to say the last question was NOT B, but D.)
ok! ummm i think D!
he is personal, in personal he is third person and these is demonstative