The pronoun 'you' takes the place of a noun (or nouns) for the person (or people) spoken to (the second person pronoun).
The pronoun 'you' is a personal pronoun, a word that takes the place of a noun for a specific person (or people).
The pronoun 'you' functions as a singular or plural form.
The pronoun 'you' functions as a subject or an object in a sentence.
Jack, you are a good friend. (singular, subject of the sentence)
Children, you must wash your hands for lunch. (plural, subject of the sentence)
Jack and Jill, you must wash your hands for lunch. (plural)
Dad, I made a sandwich for you. (singular, object of the preposition 'for')
Boys, I made some Sandwiches for you. (plural, object of the preposition 'for')
Jack and Jill, I made some sandwiches for you. (plural)
"That" is a demonstrative pronoun. You "demonstrate" which thing you mean.
If you mean a description of the object pronoun, it is the object pronoun functions as the object of a verb or a preposition.If you mean can an adjective be used to describe an object pronoun, the answer is yes; for example:He has the same one that I have.
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.
a pronoun is a word that has more than what meaning like a lip
The word 'she' is a pronoun.A pronoun stands in place of a noun.
Identify a pronoun means to find where a pronoun is being used and somehow point it out, probably by circling it or underlining it. A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. In English, the pronouns are I, you, he, she, we, and they.
The prefix pro- in the word pronoun means taking the place of, substituting for. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of, substitutes for a noun.
In the case of the noun 'pronoun', the prefix pro- means for or acting for.The 'pronoun' is a taking the role 'for' a noun; or 'acting for' a noun.
I assume you mean the word "this". This can be either a demonstrative adjective or a demonstrative pronoun. In this sentence "this" is an adjective: "This car is mine." In this sentence "this" is a pronoun: "This is my car."
"nous" is the pronoun "we"
All nouns can be replaced by pronouns. If you mean what do you call a noun that is replaced by a pronoun, the answer is antecedent.
pronoun for woman (her, she)
Its a pronoun for woman he, she
A interrogative pronoun is a pronoun that asks "who," "what," or "which one."qui - who, whatque - who, whatlequel - laquelle (fem)- which one
A pronoun is a noun that replaces a Proper noun (Name). For example, he, she, they.
A subject pronoun is a pronoun that functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause. An object pronoun is a pronoun that functions as the object of a verb or a preposition. Subjective only pronouns: I, he, she, they, who, whoever. Objective only pronouns: me, him, her, us, them, whom, whomever. Pronouns that can be subject or object: you, it, which, that, what.
I think you mean what is the noun that a pronoun replaces. The noun that a pronoun replaces is called the antecedent. Example:In the sentence: John lost his math book, I think this belongs to him.The noun 'John' is the antecedent for the pronoun 'him'.
It's spelt possessive pronoun. Examples are his, hers, theirs, its. (Note - its in this example is not spelt it's. That would mean 'it is'.)
Mon is typically the pronoun for my or mine.
An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun by describing, identifying, or quantifying words. An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies.
"Te" is the object pronoun form of the word "you," or "tú" in Spanish. It can be used both as an indirect object pronoun and a direct object pronoun. "Té" is simply the drink "tea."
A first person pronoun is used for yourself; a second person pronoun is used for the person you are speaking to; the third person pronoun is used for someone or something else.
The singular, second person, personal pronoun is you.If by 'formal' you mean obsolete, the singular second person, personal pronoun is thou as a subject (thee as an object).
"Son" is a Possessive Pronoun. It means "his" or "her"
to you / you. The dative and accustive pronoun of "tú"