countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
Can someone please help me Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. The staff threw a surprise party for new employees. us we
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countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
Identify the class and noun function of the pronoun using the abbreviations from the chart. For intensive pronouns, put NONE for noun function. Which of the utensils is best for serving the roast? Noun function: Pronoun class:
Wendy.Ivette11714
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countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
i know the noun fuction i just need help with the pronoun class
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't really get the question
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
what is the noun function and pronoun class for this sentence
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
I think it's noun function
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
Ohhh I get it
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
Here are the noun functions: subject direct object indirect object predicate nominative object of preposition appositive subject of gerund possessive noun Here are the Pronoun Class: personal interrogative relative demonstrative reflexive intensive indefinite reciprocal
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
here are my choices if that helps
anonymous
  • anonymous
What's the pronoun?
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
I think Utensils
anonymous
  • anonymous
utensils, is a noun, a pronoun describes the noun
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
so serving ig
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
serving is a verb tho right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, serving is a verb
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
so roast i would think
anonymous
  • anonymous
roast is also a noun
anonymous
  • anonymous
a noun is a person, object, or place
anonymous
  • anonymous
a pronoun describes the noun
anonymous
  • anonymous
a verb is an action
anonymous
  • anonymous
an adjective describes a noun and verb
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
so which or best
anonymous
  • anonymous
best is the pronoun
anonymous
  • anonymous
So what kind of pronoun do you think best is?
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
ok but i have to figure what is the case of best
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's reflexive
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
a reflexive pronoun ends in self tho
anonymous
  • anonymous
A reflexive pronoun CAN end in self
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's doesn't have to
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
There is one more type of pronoun, and that is the reflexive pronoun. These are the ones that end in “self” or "selves." They are object pronouns that we use when the subject and the object are the same noun.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So based on the information in there, which pronoun would 'best' most likely fit in?
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
Indefinite Pronouns These pronouns do not point to any particular nouns, but refer to things or people in general. Some of them are: few, everyone, all, some, anything, and nobody. Example: “Everyone is already here.” Read more at http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/parts-of-speech/pronouns/types-of-pronouns.html#RMOEcKVi8wf0kXuv.99

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