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مُساهمةموضوع: english grammer   السبت يونيو 11, 2011 6:29 pm


Are you ready for the lesson !??
I know the answer

so let us start the first lesson which will be about

Pronouns


First we will define the pronoun
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
Pronouns can be in one of three cases:
Subject, Object, or Possessive.
Now we will move to the rules


Rule 1.

Subject pronouns are used when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence.
You can remember subject pronouns easily
by filling in the blank subject space for a simple sentence

Example
______ did the job.
I, you, he, she, it, we, and they
all fit into the blank and are, therefore, subject pronouns.

Rule 2.

Subject pronouns are also used if they rename the subject.
They follow to be verbs such as
is, are, was, were, am, and will be.

Examples

- It is he.
- This is she speaking.
- It is we who are responsible for the decision

NOTE:
In spoken English,
most people tend to follow to be verbs with object pronouns.
Many English teachers support
(or at least have given in to)
this distinction between written and spoken English.


Example:
It could have been them.
Better to say:
It could have been they.

Example:
It is just me at the door.
Better to say:
It is just I at the door.

Rule 3.

Object pronouns are used everywhere else
(direct object, indirect object, object of the preposition).
Object pronouns are me, you, him, her, it, us, and them.

Examples

- Zahma talked to him.
- Are you talking to me?







To be able to choose pronouns correctly,

you must learn to identify clauses.

A clause is a group of words containing a verb and subject.



Rule 4a
A strong clause can stand on its own.

Examples
- She is hungry.
- I am feeling well today.

Rule 4b

A weak clause begins with words such as
although, since, if, when, and because.
Weak clauses cannot stand on their own.

Examples
- Although she is hungry...
- If she is hungry...
- Since I am feeling well...

Rule 4c

If a sentence contains more than one clause,
isolate the clauses so that you can decide which pronoun is correct.

Examples

[Although she is hungry,] weak [she will give him some of her food.] strong

[Although this gift is for him,] weak [I would like you to have it too.] strong






Rule 5

To decide whether to use the subject or object pronoun
after the words than or as, mentally complete the sentence.

Example

Nothing is Impossible is as smart as she/her.
If we mentally complete the sentence, we would say,
"Nothing is Impossible is as smart as she is." Therefore, she is the correct answer.

Zahr is taller than I/me.
Mentally completing the sentence, we have,
"Zahr is taller than I am."

m!ss flora would rather talk to her than I/me.
We can mentally complete this sentence in two ways:
"m!ss flora would rather talk to her than to me."
OR "m!ss flora would rather talk to her than I would."
As you can see,
the meaning will change depending on the pronoun you choose.

Rule 6

Possessive pronouns
show ownership and never need apostrophes.
Possessive pronouns:
mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs


NOTE
The only time it's has an apostrophe is
when it is a contraction for it is or it has.


Examples

- It's a cold morning.

- The thermometer reached its highest reading.

Rule 7

Reflexive pronouns
- myself, himself, herself, itself, themselves, ourselves, yourself, yourselves-
should be used only when they refer back to another word in the sentence.

Correct
I worked myself to the bone.

Incorrect
My brother and myself did it.

The word myself does not refer back to another word.

Correct
My brother and I did it.

Incorrect
Please give it to John or myself.

Correct
Please give it to Al-Ndabi or me.







If anyone did not understand any
rules
just tell us and we will explain it In Arabic...
anyone has a Question Or Comment
just put it here and we will discuses it together

Each member has free discussion...

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