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Demonstrative Pronoun
 THOSE is the Plural of that. It can also be a Demonstrative Adjective or a Demonstrative Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- This & That
 THIS can be a Demonstrative Adjective or a Demonstrative Pronoun
 THAT can be an Adverb, Conjunction, Demonstrative Pronoun, Adjective, or a Pronoun.

 Parts of Speech- What
 WHAT can be an Adjective, Adverb or a Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- Where
 WHERE can be an Adverb, Conjunction, Noun or Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- Which
 WHICH can be either an Adjective or a Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- While
 WHILE can be a Conjunction, Noun or Verb.

 Parts of Speech- Who
 WHO can be either an Adjective or a Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- Whom
 WHOM can be either an Adjective or a Pronoun

 Parts of Speech- Why
 WHY - Adverb or Noun

 Personal Pronouns
 I; YOU; SHE; HE; IT; WE; and THEY are the Personal Pronouns that can act as the Subject of a Verb.
 ME; YOU; HER; HIM; IT; US and THEM are the Personal Pronouns that can act as the Object of a Verb.
 NB: YOU and IT do not change and HER can also be used as a Possessive Adjective.

 Possessive Adjectives
 MY; YOUR; HER; HIS; ITS; OUR and THEIR are the Possessive Adjectives that are used to show who owns something.
 NB: HER is the same when used in the Personal Pronoun form and HIS and ITS can also act as Possessive Pronouns.

 Possessive Pronouns
 MINE; YOURS; HERS; HIS; ITS; OURS & THEIRS are Possessive Pronouns that show who owns something and replace the Noun itself.
 NB: HIS and ITS are the same when they are acting as Possessive Adjectives.

 Prepositions
 Prepositions like IN, OF and ON link Nouns, Pronouns & Gerunds to other words.

 Pronouns
 Pronouns are words that can replace or substitute a Noun or a Noun Phrase, inc. I; ME;
 MINE; MYSELF; SOME; ANY; NO; NOBODY; NO-ONE; NOTHING; THIS; THAT; THESE; THOSE; WHAT; WHICH; WHO and WHOM.

 Quantifiers
 Words that show how much of a Noun there is or how many examples of a Noun there are called Quantifiers, a category that includes Numerals and words like SOME and
 ANY; NONE; EITHER and NEITHER.

 Reciprocal Pronouns
 Reciprocal Pronouns show that an action works both ways:
 James and Kate love EACH OTHER. (This means that James loves Kate and that Kate loves James)

 Reflexive Pronouns
 MYSELF; YOURSELF; HERSELF; HIMSELF; ITSELF; OURSELVES; YOURSELVES & THEMSELVES are the Pronouns used when the Subject and Object or complement of the Verb are the same.
 NB: The second person (YOU) has either a Singular or Plural reference. THEMSELF and
 ONESELF are often used as an impersonal Singular reflexive pronoun when it isn't clear if the person referred to is male or female.

 Relative Pronouns
 Words used to introduce clauses in sentences, like THAT; WHICH; WHO; and WHOSE are Relative Pronouns.


 So
 SO can be used to emphasise an Adjective, Adverb or a combination of Adverb + Adjective.

 So & Such 1
 SO can be an Adverb, Conjunction or Pronoun.
 SUCH can be an Adjective, Adverb or Pronoun


 Some & Any 1
 SOME and ANY can be Pronouns or Quantifiers.

 Spell
 SPELL can both regular (SPELLSPELLEDSPELLED) and irregular (SPELLSPELTSPELT).


 Such
 SUCH can be used to emphasise a Noun (with or without an Article), or an Adjective + Noun.

 

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