English Short Notes: Pronouns Rules For SBI PO Clerk - 2016 SSC CGL All Exams

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                    Here we are providing the short notes on English topic (Noun), which will help you to revise whole syllabus day by day...!!!

Rule 1:  We should use the personal pronouns in the order of 231 for good results ( I mean, Second Person, Third Person, First Person).
The order 123 (First Person, Second Person and Third Person) is also possible when we admit guilt.

Rule 2: A Pronoun in the nominative form should be compared with the same form of the pronoun.

Rule 3: A Pronoun in the objective case is used after "Let / Between / Any Preposition"


Rule 4: When a pronoun stands for a collective noun, it should be used in the singular form.

Rule 5: When two singular nouns are joined by "and", refer to the same person, the pronoun used in their place 
should be singular in form.

Rule 6: A singular pronoun should be used when two singular nouns are joined by either or / neither nor

Rule 7: A pronoun in the plural form should be used when two nouns of different members are joined by "or" or "nor".

Rule 8: The distributive pronouns "Either / Neither / None / Any / No one" are used with singular verbs.

Either / Neither ........................Used for two Person / Things
None / No one / Any ................Used for more than two person / things.
Any ...........................Used for more than two persons / things.   Have a look at some

Rule 9: The Reciprocal pronouns "Each other / One another"

Each other - For two persons
One another - For more than two persons.
The two sister hate each other.
The five brother love one another.

Rule 10: The indefinite pronoun "One" should be used as "One's" for  its possessive case.

Rule 11: The verbs such as "Hurt / Cheat / Prostrate / Introduce / Present / Absent / Satisfy / Prepare / Enjoy / Avail of" are followed by either "an" object or "a" reflexive pronoun. (Myself / Ourselves / Yourself / Yourselves) (Himself / Herself / Itself / Themselves)

Rule 12: The use of Relative Pronouns:

Who................. for Persons
Which .................for Things.
That .................is used both for persons and things.

Rule 13: The word "Who" as a relative pronoun is used in the nominative case, takes a verb.
The word "Whom" as a relative pronoun is used in the objective case (takes no verb)

Rule 14: Agreement of the verb with its antecedent in number and person



Rule 15: If a pronoun is to be placed after "to be", the pronoun in the subjective case is used.





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