How do you use pronouns for Rochelle?
Rochelle is a noun, a proper noun. The pronoun for Rochelle would be she, her, hers, or you. Examples:
Rochelle is from Scotland, she is my friend.
Rochelle lost a math book, this one must belong to her.
Rochelle has red shoes, but hers have a black heel.
Rochelle, you have a phone call.
Rochelle, this book must belong to you.
No. Special subtypes of pronouns (called "possessive pronouns") are used to indicate possession. These pronouns (his, hers, theirs, its, mine, yours, whose, ours) do NOT use apostrophes. This is a frequent mistake for the word "it's". IT'S (with an apostrophe) is a contraction of "it is". The possessive pronoun "its" does NOT use an apostrophe.
Like any other form of language, you get to know pronouns by learning them. Pronouns are word that take the place of nouns in a sentence. For example, when chatting with your friends or family, do you use your name and the name of the person you are speaking to or do you use pronouns like I, you, we, and us? I'm sure that you do. When you are discussing a person or a thing…
Inclusive pronouns are a use of the first person plural pronouns we, us, our, ours, ourselves. The exclusive use is limited to the pronouns taking the place of nouns for specific people, the speaker and one or more other people. They are exclusive to specific people. The inclusive use is not limited to specific people, the pronouns are used in place of all of us, people in general. They include everyone. The inclusive use is…
Pronouns do not us apostrophes to show possession. There are specific pronouns that are used to show possession: possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs. possessive adjectives: my, your, our, his, her, their, its. However, pronouns are used in contractions, which do use apostrophes. Some examples are: I'm = I am I've = I have you'll = you will you're = you are we're = we are he's = he is she'll =…
The reflexive pronouns are intensive pronouns. The reflexive pronouns are used to 'reflect back' to the antecedent. The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves. The intensive pronouns are the reflexive pronouns used to emphasize by placing the pronoun immediately following the noun they refer to. Examples: Jill made herself some breakfast. (reflexive use) Jill herself made some breakfast. (intensive use)
Intensive pronouns are a specific use of reflexive pronouns to emphasize it's antecedent. The reflexive/intensive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves. For example: Reflexive use: I made it myself. Intensive use: I, myself, made it. Without emphasis: Have you seen it? Intensive pronoun: Have you seen it yourself?
Intensive pronouns are reflexive pronouns used to emphasize. A reflexive pronouns 'reflect' back on the subject of a sentence or clause. The reflexive pronouns are: First person: myself, ourselves Second person: yourself, yourselves Third person: himself, herself, itself, themselves Reflexive use: We decorated the auditorium ourselves. Intensive use: We ourselves decorated the auditorium.
Yes, the pronouns we, us, our, and ours are used as inclusive pronouns. Thefunctionas inclusive or exclusive pronouns is in the use of the first person, plural forms. The exclusive use is limited to the pronouns taking the place of nouns for specific people, the speaker and one or more other people. They are exclusive to specific people. The inclusive use is not limited to specific people, the pronouns are used in place of all…