By Rory C. Keel


No, Pronouns are not professional nouns. Pronouns are words that take the place of, or act like a noun. Let me give you few common examples, he, them, this, everyone, myself, mine, and those.

Pronouns can be classified into different types such as

Personal pronoun — A word that refers to a specific person or thing.

Demonstrative pronoun — Words that point things out like this, that, these, and those.

Indefinite Pronoun — These point to people or things but in a vague way such as anybody, everyone, someone, something or nobody.

Reflexive Pronouns — Words that end in –self. A few examples would be himself, herself, yourself and myself.


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