††††††††††††††††††††††††††† THE PRONOUN
The Personal Pronouns
The Interrogative Pronouns
The Relative Pronouns
The Possessive Pronouns
The Demonstrative Pronouns
The Impersonal / General Pronouns
The Reflexive Pronouns
The Emphatic Pronouns
The Indefinite Pronouns
The Reciprocal Pronouns
- THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS
- THE INTEROGATIVE PRONOUN
D. who(m)Ö to? =† to whom
ex. Who(m) do you give this book to? = To whom do you give this book to
Who(m) are you reffering to ? = To whom are you reffering?
Who(m) does this book belong to? = To whom does this book belong ?
whom ? =
ex.: For who(m) must you buy the book? = Whom must you buy the book for?
about whom ? = who(m)Ö about?
ex.:† They are talking about
Whom are they talking about? = About whom are they talking
after whom? = who(m) Ö after?
Jimmy is running after them.
After whom is Jimmy running? = Who(m) is Jim running after?
before whom? = who(m) Ö before?
He was sitting before us?
Before whom was he sitting?
Whom did you see there?
What is there on the table?
what kind / sort of
What kind/sort of films do you like?
- THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS
He does not know who must come to see us.
We are playing with Johnís balls but we donít know whose they are playing
††††† to whom = whom to
††††† I donít know who(m) I shall give this
He could not guess whom he might see there.
She has many books but she doesnít know which she must read for the
- THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
his ††††††††††† theirs
- THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
- THE IMPERSONAL PRONOUNS
One could work there. You should always be careful when crossing the
- THE REFELXIVE PRONOUNS
- THE EMPHATIC PRONOUNS
myself ( eu insumi )
yourself ( tu insuti )
himself ( el insusi )
herself ( ea insasi )
itself ( el insusi )
ourselves ( noi insine)_
yourselves ( voi insiva)
themselves ( ei insisi)
- THE INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
I canít buy it all.
He, that tells a secret is anotherís servant.
You may read either of them. Both are interesting.
More then enough is too much.
God will satisfy the needs of everybody.
You canít please everyone.
Jesus likes this book, but I prefer the other.
You do not have any book but Jesus has one.
If you run after two hares youíll catch neither.
Many can bear adversity but few contempt.
quite a few
How are your little ones.
You have got little tea but I have got much.
The woman who marries many is disliked by many.
Some have been thought brave because they were afraid tor un away.
Youí ve got much money but I havenít got any.
anybody : affirmative
††††††††††††††††† interogative =
††††††††††††††††† negative = nimeni
- RECIPROCAL PRONOUNS
each other The eight friends help each other.
one another†††††††††† The three brothers help one another.
to agree with each other = to agree one another
to be confident with each other = to be confident of one another
I,††††††††††† you,††††††† he,†††††††††† she,†††††† it
My,††††††† your,††††† his,††††††††† her,†††††† its
††††† ††††††††††††††††††††††††††† mine,††††† yours,†††
his,† ††††††††hers,††††† its
(to) me, (to) you, (to) him, (to) her, (to) it
Ac.†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††† me,†††††††
you,††††††† him,††††††† her,††††††† it
N. we,†††††† you,††††††† they
G. our,††††† your,††††† their,
†††† ours,†††† yours,†††
D. (to) us, (to) you, (to) them
Ac.us,†††††† you,†††††††† them