1. A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun.
2. A pronoun that stands for a person or a thing is called personal pronoun. (I, Me, He, She, It etc.)
3. A relative pronoun relates a noun to a group of words that follow (who, whom, whose, which, that)
4. A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject becomes a receiver of the action.
Apply and Learn:
Q1. Who is there at the window. It is _________ (she/her)
Q2. My cousin is as old as ______ (me/I)
Q3. It was _____ who saved us. (he/him)
Q4. I know the house _______ Ramesh built. (that/which)
Q5. Let ____ do his duty. (each/every)