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PostSubject: Pronouns in English   Tue Dec 20, 2011 1:13 am

Are the words to compensate for short names, divided into:



· Personal pronouns (pronouns actor and object)
· Royal consciences (consciences and proprietary recipes)
· Reflexive pronouns
· Consciences of reference
· Consciences question
· Consciences link


Where we will discuss in detail each type of conscience, pointing out examples



Possessive Pronouns

Consciences of ownership
Prossessive Adjective

Attributes of ownership
Objectiv Pronouns

Accusative pronouns
subjective Pronouns

The conscience of the actor



mine

Yours

his

hers

its

ours

theirs
my

Your

his

her

its

our

their
me

you

him

her

it

us

them
I

You

He

She

It

We

They



The conscience of the actor in the English language Subjectiv Pronouns


This type of pronouns used to express the speaker, addressee, or absent and used as an actor at the beginning of the sentence before the verb, and pronouns are as follows ...



· (I) is used to express the conscience of the speaker in the sense I'm single and in the case of both sexes, such as ...



I have a book. (I have a book)
I have a book.



· (You) means the conscience (You, you, ye, ye, 'You) is used to express the offeree person singular and plural and for both sexes, such as ...



You speak English well
You speak English well.



· (He) is the conscience of the means used to express the absent person singular masculine, such as ...



He has a book (he has a book)
He has a book.



· (She) is the conscience of the means used to express the absent person singular feminine, such as ...



Then the book (she has a book)
She has a book.



· (It) means that the conscience is, is a non-rational Kjmad, animal, and is used to express the singular, such as the absent



It's raining
It is raining.



· (We) harm effective means we used to express the speaker in the plural, such as ...



We have three books (we've got three books)
We have three books.



· (They) are the conscience of its meaning, they are, are, and is used to express the status of absentee combination of masculine and feminine, meaning that the conscience of the following collection of pronouns (he, she, it) such as ...



They have three books (they have three books)
They have three books.

Pronouns in English Objectiv Pronouns


This type of pronouns used to express the effect as it comes after the verb pronouns and the preposition are as follows ...



· (Me) J means the conscience of the speaker, used to express the singular for both sexes, such as ...



Love me (love me is)

Loves me (he loves me)
She loves me.

He loves me.



· (You) means the conscience (k, k, also, how much, Be), a sufficient sense of conversation, and is used to express the singular and plural addressee to an end, whether both sexes, such as ...



I can not hear you (I can not hear you, hear you)
I can't hear you.



· (Him) the conscience of meaning attached to Palmzkr distraction, and is used in the case of the monument and the traction of a single absent, such as



Have you seen Ali?

Yes, I saw him last night
Did you see Ali?

Yes, I saw him last night.



· (Her) conscience of the meaning attached to Palmant distraction, and is used in the case of the monument and the traction of a single absent, such as



Have you seen the Maha?

Yes, I saw her last night
Did you see Maha?

Yes, I saw her last night.



· (It) means that the conscience of distraction is attached to the wise, and wise man is inanimate, animal, and is used to express the absent, such as single ...



Have you seen the new compact disc?

You have purchased yesterday
Did you see my new CD?

Which I bought it yesterday.



· (Us) means that the conscience of the speaker and the remote is used to express a combination of speakers in the current monument and traction, such as



Like us (they love us)
They love us.



· (Them) means that the conscience they are, are, here and used to express the situation of a combination of absent masculine and Almant and non-rational, such as ...



I love them (I love)
I love them.



Notes on the conscience (it)



1. Can be used (it) with the reasonable person as the following example ...

Who's there?

It is me

2. It should be noted the difference between (its) f (it's) as in the following example ...

I like its style.

It's my book.

3. Used (it) with the weather, time, distance, such as ...

It's raining, it's snowing, it's a fine day (morning, afternoon), it's hot today,

Yes, it's 28 degrees Celsius (with weather).

It was ten minutes before the police car arrived.

It was a long time before we realized what had happened.

It's two years since I was in New York. (With time)

How far is it?

It's a hundred miles. (With distance)



4. Effective when used in general, can be used (it) for this primary purpose, which translates in Arabic, meaning that such ...

It is very important to know English these days.

It's great fun to be here.



Notes on some of the pronouns



ü (thou) and (thee) You are the conscience of the sense and adequate offeree Aldmaúrhi This form is for the conscience of the (You) are not used in modern English language, but you find in the books of literature and poetry (old) and the Gospels, such as ...



You know I love you
Thou know that I love thee.

ü pet close to humans, such as cats and dogs are treated in terms of the reasonable person pronouns such as ...



Is my dog. I love him

Is my cat. I love it
He is my dog. I love him.

She is my cat. I love her.
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