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What is a possessive pronoun


  1. a pronoun indicating possession, for example mine, yours, hers, theirs.

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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.

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What is a pronoun.


A pronoun is a word that can replace (stand in the place) of a noun.
I, you, he, she, they, we are personal pronouns. My, your, his, her, our, their are possessive pronouns. There are other types of pronouns. Check a grammar of the English language.

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What is the pronoun in this sentence?


There isn't one in the sentence "What is the pronoun in this sentence?"

If you're asking about some other sentence, please add a comment to this question and include the sentence.

Aug 27, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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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.

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Is us a possessive pronoun


No. The possessive first-person plural is 'our.'

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What is a possessive noun


It should be possessive PRONOUN
A pronoun is a word that can replace a noun. When you use I instead of your name, you are using a pronoun. This is an example of a personal pronoun. When you talk about you and use the word myself, you are using a pronoun. It is an example of a reflexive pronoun.
Possessive pronouns express possession/ownership. Examples are my, mine, your, yours, his, his her, hers, its, their, theirs.

I hope that helps.

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How do you diagram the sentence "There are dreams that cannot die."


Not completely sure.
dreams is the noun.
are is the verb
that cannot die might be the adjective clause
die is pronoun
that might be relative pronoun
Google search diagramming sentences:
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/diagrams2/diagram1b.gif
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/diagrams2/one_pager2.htm
look at diagram 4 half way down page on link above: charlene gave dilbert all the trouble that he could handle
This stuff changed a lot since my school days.
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What are the 8 kinds of noun?


Kinds of Nouns:
  1. Abstract
  2. Collective
  3. Common
  4. Concrete
  5. Countable
  6. Mass
  7. Material
  8. Plural
  9. Pronoun
  10. Proper
  11. Singular
  12. Uncountable
Classifications of Types of Nouns
Proper Noun: This is used to denote a particular person, place or a thing.
Examples: English is a global language.

Common Noun : This is used to refer to a class.
Examples: The cat loves comfort.

Collective Nouns: This is used to refer to a group or a collection of things.
Examples: I saw a herd of sheep nearby.

Concrete nouns: You can experience this group of nouns with your five senses. These nouns can all be touched, smelt, tasted or seen.
Examples: The cute rabbit hops around.

Countable Nouns: To linguists, these count nouns can occur in both single and plural forms, can be modified by numerals, and can co-occur with quantificational determiners like many, most, more, several, etc.
Examples: There were so many bikes on sale.

Material Nouns : This is used to tell the substance by which the things are made.
Examples: The chair is made of bamboo.

Pronouns: These nouns can take the place of a noun when referring to people places or things. In English the personal pronouns are I, you, he, she, it and they. Depending on their function within a sentence these nouns can take on their possessive forms or their objective case.
Examples: Suzy will let her hair grow longer. possessive personal
He jumped on the bed. singular personal

Abstract Noun: It is used to indicate the quality possessed by a person or thing.
Examples: I appreciate your sincerity.

Uncountable Nouns: These nouns cannot be counted they are often referred to as mass nouns. These nouns cannot be used in a plural form.
Examples: The pool was full of water. The uncountable noun in this sentence is water.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_kinds_of_nouns#ixzz1VNQPNpIZ

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