Me is personal pronoun
The pronoun 'them' is a personal pronoun, the third person plural pronoun.
Yes, a subjective pronoun is a type of personal pronoun. A personal pronoun replaces the names of people + things. Subjective and Objective pronoun both belongs in the personal pronoun category.
She is a personal pronoun. Personal pronouns include he/she/you/it/they/we.
Yes , it is a personal pronoun.
I'm not sure what you mean by a 'third personal pronoun'; the third person, personal pronounsare he, him, she, her, it, they, or them.
Yes. To be precise, it is a possessive personal pronoun.
There is only one pronoun in the sentence: she. It is a personal pronoun.
The personal pronoun "I" takes the place of a singular noun or name for the person speaking. The personal pronoun "I" is the subjective form. The corresponding objective personal pronoun is "me".
It is a relative pronoun, and an interrogative pronoun.
There are 6 pronouns in the sentence:they, personal pronoun, subject of the sentence;him, personal pronoun, object of the preposition 'at';he, personal pronoun, subject of the verb 'admitted';that, relative pronoun, introduces the relative clause;he, personal pronoun, subject of the relative clause;it, personal pronoun, direct object of the verb 'had forgotten'.
The plural form for the personal pronoun 'I' is we.
A personal pronoun.
'Me' is a pronoun. Specifically, it is a personal pronoun.
The pronoun 'them' is the third person, plural, objective, personal pronoun.
It is a pronoun. More specifically, it is the second-person personal pronoun.
The pronoun 'we' is the plural form, first person subjective personal pronoun. The singular, first person subjective personal pronoun is 'I'.
The pronoun 'her' is an objective personal pronoun and a possessive adjective. Examples:objective personal pronoun: She is my study partner. I will see her this afternoon.possessive adjective: I'm going to her house to do my homework.
We is not a possessive pronoun. It is a personal pronoun. Instead when the subject is 'we' the possessive pronoun you should be using is 'our'.
These are the eight types of pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we you, and they
The personal pronoun 'we' is a subject pronoun which functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause.The corresponding object personal pronoun is 'us'.Example: We can finish this job if both of us work together.
The third person (the one spoken about) personal pronouns are: he, she, it, him, her, they, them.
No, those is not a personal pronoun. Those is a demonstrative pronoun.The demonstrative pronouns are this, that, these, and those.Example sentence: Those are the best cookies.
No, the pronoun 'your' is a possessive adjective, a pronoun placed before a noun to describe that noun.A personal pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun for a specific person or thing.The corresponding personal pronoun to the possessive adjective 'your' is 'you', which takes the place of the noun (name) for the person spoken to.