Sunday, 25 May 2008
A pronoun that refers to a specific person or thing and changes its form to indicate person, number, gender, or case. A personal pronoun is nominative, objective, possessive, or reflexive.
You were not a school heartthrob, but hundreds loved you for your charm and your loving heart. You were not a music laureate, but you were idolized for your art and passion in playing the guitar. You were not a professional teacher, but you taught many others priceless lessons in life.
SEE NOMINATIVE PERSONAL PRONOUN, OBJECTIVE PERSONAL PRONOUN, POSSESSIVE PERSONAL PRONOUN, OR REFLEXIVE PERSONAL PRONOUN