Category: Grammar


Relative Pronouns

What Are Relative Pronouns? A relative pronoun is a pronoun used to mark a relative clause, and having the same referent as the element of the main clause (usually a noun or noun phrase). Relative Pronouns are...


Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns are used to show possession. As they are used as adjectives, they are also known as possessive adjectives. My, your, his, her, its, our and they are all  possessive pronouns.


Reflexive Pronouns

What Are Reflexive Pronouns? A reflexive pronoun is a pronoun that is preceded by the noun, adjective, adverb or pronoun to which it refers (its antecedent) within the same clause. 


Personal Pronouns

Personal Pronouns denote an entity of a specific grammatical person: first person (as in the case of I, me, we, etc.), second person (as in the case of you), or third person (he, she, they, etc.)


Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns are those that identify or point to a thing or things and occasionally persons. This, that, these and those are all demonstrative pronouns.They can be both singular and plural and they refer to nouns that are either nearby or...


Concrete Vs Abstract

Nouns that label people, places, or things that can be seen or recognised through any of the five senses are called concrete nouns. Nouns that label  other things, such as ideas, actions, conditions, and qualities are called abstract...


Singular VS Plural

Singular nouns are nouns that are used when we’re talking about only one individual person, one place, one thing, or one idea. Singular nouns are used in singular forms.

Collective And Possessive Nouns 0

Collective And Possessive Nouns

Collective nouns: They are words that refer to groups consisting of more than one person or entity, even when they are inflected for the singular. A collective noun is normally a noun that indicates a...