Since there is no word in English spelled 'bernies', I'm going to assume that you mean the plural of the proper noun 'Bernie', the name of a person (often a nickname for Bernard or Bernadette). Proper nouns are always capitalized.
The word Bernies is a plural noun.
The word Bernie's is a singular possessive noun.
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Examples:
The two Bernies are cousins. (plural noun)
They both attend college. (plural personal pronoun)
Bernie's bicycle is new. (singular possessive noun)
He bought the bicycle to ride to work. (singular personal pronoun)
weekend at bernies 2
Weekend at Bernies was one of the funniest movies of 1989. It starred Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman who discover their boss played by Terry Kiser is dead.
weekend at Bernies.
Weekend at Bernies 2.
people say it's next to the salad place... but it's not you have to beat all of bernies missions
The name of the movie is Weekend at Bernies.
the cause is bernies diligent practice paid off ... the effect is he won the trophy
Catherine Mary Stewart is a Canadian actress. She has appeared in the soap opera, "Days of Our Lives" and was also in the movie, "Weekend at Bernies".
Hehe I found it guys. Weekend at bernies :P
The pronoun 'them' is a personal pronoun, the third person plural pronoun.
The pronoun her is an object pronoun; for example:We see her everyday.
A pronoun's antecedent is the noun or pronoun that a pronoun replaces.