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what is a pronoun class?
what is this lol.
Well, how about you identify the pronoun for starters...
im not sure i know the noun fuction is indirect object
im pretty sure the pronoun in Mr. smith and it describes the person.
so personal pronoun? is that a thing?
"it" is the only pronoun in that sentence.
giving makes it a indirect object i believe
it would be subject pronoun
because "it" refers to the mower
@mrqueest, what other pronouns do you see?
so would my answers be Indirect Object and Reflexive Pronoun
@whpalmer you can't just make an arbitrary statement like that and not have any proof or backup
As I said, what other pronouns do you see?
whats ur reasoning?
Mr. Smith gave it one more try before giving up on the mower. Mr. Smith - proper name, not a pronoun gave - verb it - pronoun one - not a pronoun more - not a pronoun try - all the rest, not pronouns before giving up on the mower
whats a pronoun class
jeez dude calm down I was joking, take a joke. My god you need to settle down @whpalmer4
@countrygirl1431 I do not believe those are correct. reflexive pronouns end in -self or -selves.
its subject pronoun
so would that be like personal pronoun?
and the other would be indirect object correct?
mmm...why do you think personal pronoun? what is the "it" being referred to in this sentence?
im still confused