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I am Having difficulty with the french Word lequel. I know the male and female and the plural and single but am confused Which other noun or verb I should be looking at.


Lequel, a Difficult French Pronoun, Explained - ThoughtCo

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Jun 30, 2017 - Lequel, which usually means which, is arguably the most difficult French pronoun. ...Lequel is usually either an interrogative pronoun or a relative pronoun. ... 2) Relative pronoun: Lequelreplaces an inanimate object of a preposition.

Aug 18, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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What is a pronoun and a adjctive


A pronoun is a word that can be used instead of a noun. It can replace a noun in a sentence.
For example: Somebody wants to say something about you, Zyikeria.
Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. Zyikeria wants to know what a pronoun is.
Rather than repeat your name every time one has to refer to you, one would use a pronoun in place of you name (a noun). The sentence above can be written as: Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. She wants to know what a pronoun is. Apparently, she needs the answer for her homework.
She, her are both pronouns. They replace Zyikeria.
There are several types of pronouns: I, you, he, she, we,they,it are personal pronouns used as subjects of a sentence; me, you, him, her, it, us, them are personal pronouns used as objects. My, your, his, her, its, our, their are possessive pronouns... Please refer to a grammar of the English language for a more complete list of pronouns. I think I will stop here.

Oct 07, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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A noun is any physical or imaginary object.
A verb is anything that an object can do.
A pronoun is a special reusable "general purpose" noun used to indicate another noun.
An adjective (you missed that one) is a word that describes a noun.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb.

For example, "My red ladder folds easily - it is new".
"Ladder" is a noun, a physical object. "Folds" is a verb - it tells what the ladder can do. "My" and "red" are both adjectives; they describe the ladder (the noun). "Easily" is an adverb; it describes how the ladder folds (describes the verb). "It" is a pronoun, which is reusable because the same "it" could be used to indicate a ladder, a car, a shirt, a philosophy, an incident, nearly any noun. "is" is another verb, telling something that "it" can do (it can "be" something). "New" is another adjective, describing the ladder.

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Who tracked mud into the house? does this sentence contain a nominative pronoun


"Who tracked mud into the house?" "Who" is the nominative pronoun.

"Who" is also a nominative pronoun but it does not belong in the second sentence. It should be "whom," a objective pronoun.

There are no pronouns in the third sentence.

Mar 30, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Complete list of pronouns


Google it. There are lots of explanations there.
Here is a start;
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/list-of-pronouns.html

Mar 18, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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List of pronouns


A pronoun is a word or form that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pronoun .

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