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Using Pronouns. Reflexive in grammar : showing that the action in a sentence or clause happens to the person or thing that does the action.

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Pronoun List Personal Subject – he, she, I, you, it, they, we Object/Indirect Object – me, you, it, him, her, them, us Possessive my, your, his, her, their, our, ours, mine, yours, hers, theirs, it…

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Pronoun List Personal Subject – he, she, I, you, it, they, we Object/Indirect Object – me, you, it, him, her, them, us Possessive my, your, his, her, their, our, ours, mine, yours, hers, theirs, it...

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Third Grade Spelling Words – Free 3rd Grade weekly List, Worksheets

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Pronoun List Personal Subject – he, she, I, you, it, they, we Object/Indirect Object – me, you, it, him, her, them, us Possessive my, your, his, her, their, our, ours, mine, yours, hers, theirs, it...

Pronouns Task Cards and Anchor Charts

Pronouns Pack Sneak Peak for 2nd-4th grade! Includes subject pronouns, object pronouns, demonstrative pronouns, possessive pronouns, and reflexive pronouns. Use the instructional pages with the whole group or allow students to use them with the task cards at a station.

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Interrogative Pronouns list and with examples

List of Interrogative Pronouns with examples of how to use them in a sentence. | Learning Basic English, to Advanced Over 700 On-Line Lessons and Exercises Free

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Possessive pronouns take the place of nouns - a person, place or thing - and show s possession or ownership. The possessive pronouns come before or after the noun of possession and make the sentence easier and shorter to say or read. While most nouns use an apostrophe to show possession, possessive pronouns do not use an apostrophe to show possession except for the possessive pronoun one's. The lesson by Turtle Diary on possessive pronouns lists the pronouns and shows examples in creative…