Pronoun: Definition and Examples
Possessive Adjectives vs Possessive Pronouns
all: All the students have passed the exam.
all: All are clever.
all: All is clear.
all: All that she asked for is done.
all: I cycled round all the village.
all: It has been raining all day long.
another few: I tried to make another few attempts.
another one: She finished her cigarette, then lit another one.
another: He asked for another piece of cake.
another: We have to drive another 5 km.
another: We will get there one way or another.
any: Here can hardly be seen any vegetation.
anybody: I do not want anybody’s help.
anyone: Anyone could do it.
anything: I can not do anything forbidden.
both: Both her parents have perished.
both: Both of them are tired.
both: I invited both of them, but neither has come.
both:They are both tired.
each other: Boys stamped on each other’s feet.
each other: My parents love and respect each other.
each: Each book is beautifully illustrated.
either: I can not dance well, either.
either: Try a shoe on an either foot.
either… or: Either you or I am to stay with a child.
either…or: Either parents or their son is at home.
either…or: Either mum or her children is are at home.
every: Every day is a day off for them.
every: You look at the watch every five minutes.
everybody: Everybody knows what to do.
everyone: Everyone thinks they have the answer.
everything: Everything is done.
everything: Everything is in vain.
herself: She washed herself intensively.
it: It is a pen.
neither: Neither of my two daughters is married.
neither: I can not dance well. Neither (nor) can I.
neither: Neither I nor my friend has passed the exam.
neither: Neither my friend nor I have passed the exam.
neither… nor: Neither you nor I am able to do it.
no one: It is so noisy that no one can hear anything.
no: There is no excuse.
nobody: Nobody phoned, did they?
none: None of my three daughters is married..
none: None of three towers remained intact.
not a/any: There is not any bread.
one another: They didn't dare to look at one another.
one another: They laughed at one another’s jokes.
one: One cannot always be right, can one?
one: Can you show a blouse? Which one?
ones: Can you show jeans? Which ones?
other: I clean my room every other day.
other: She reveals her secrets to anyone other than her sister.
other: There were some other students in the classroom.
other’s: One crow does not peck the other's eyes out.
others: Others will be happy to work here.
others’: Have you seen the others’ projects?
same: Your breeches are of the same hue as your cap.
some: Shall I send you some more information?
so: I am so busy.
so: He drives so quickly.
such: There are such a lot of problems.
such: A red ribbon in her hair is such an attractive adornment.
such: It is organized in such a way that it can be run by two adults. |
such: There is no such thing as free lunch.
that: I remember that you called.
that: That I will wear a red dress is not a secret.
that: That is his wife over there.
that: That was the funniest joke I had ever heard.
that: We have nothing that will suit you.
the other: He had a cigarette in one hand and his phone in the other.
the other: I liked this photo, but my sister likes the other one.
the other: I went sightseeing the other day.
the other: The twins look alike. I cannot tell one from the other.
the others: These apples are fresh, the others are rotten.
these: These are my sons.
this: This is my son.
those: Those are my parents over there.
what: I know what you mean.
what: What I will wear is a secret.
when: I long for the day when I will marry.
where: the shop where I was is closed down.
which: Which side of the bed do you like?
which/that: Where is the magazine that/which i put here.
who: I do not like people who lie.
who: I recognized the woman who was driving.
whom: It does not matter whom I will marry.
whom: The teacher whom I adore is leaving the school.
whose: John whose father is a pianist will follow his steps.
whose: That person whose name I do not remember is over there.
yours: I can not stand this behavior of yours.