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Most Common Grammar Mistakes Related To Pronoun

What is a Pronoun?

pronoun is a word that is used instead of a noun or noun phrase. Pronouns refer to either a noun that has already been mentioned or to a noun that does not need to be named specifically.


Common Grammar Mistakes Related To Pronoun

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This is yours book. This is your book.
Your work is better than mine work. Your work is better than my work.
This pen is my This pen is mine.
One should do his duty. One should do one’s duty.
A man should do one’s duty. A man should do his duty.
He keeps himself away from smoking. He keeps away from smoking.
She was bathing herself in the pool. She was bating in the pool.
Wise people avail of every opportunity. Wise people avail themselves of every opportunity.
He enjoyed in the class. He enjoyed himself in the class.
Aslam and I are thieves. I and Aslam are thieves.
I and Aslam are social worker Aslam and I are social workers.
Ali is the boy which I like the best. Ali is the boy whom I like the best.
I saw a bird who was pretty. I saw a bird who was pretty.
She saw a rat who was running about in the room She saw a rat who was running about in the room.
He is such a boy who is liked by me. He is such a boy as is like by me.
John is the same boy who won the prize. John is the same boy that won the prize.
He is the boy who I like. He is the boy whom I like.
Whom is singing a song? Who is singing a song?
The athlete which won the race is Pakistani. The athlete who won the race is Pakistani.
It is him. It is he.
Let we do it. Let us do it.
Let’s she come in. Let her come in.
The matter is between she and I. The matter is between her and me.
None of the girl has done their work. None of the girls has done her work.
Neither of the two boys is doing their duty. Neither of the two boys is doing his duty.
Either of two boys is learning their lesson. Either of the two boys is learning his lesson.
Anyone of these boys is reading their book. Anyone of these boys is really reading his book.
Every boy is doing their duty. Every boy is doing his duty.
Each of them has paid their dues. Each of them has paid his dues.
The two girls are fighting with one another. The two girls are fighting with each other.
The jury was divided in its verdicts. The jury was divided in their verdicts.
Jury were united in their opinion. The jury was united in its opinion.
I saw a girl in the school who was lovely. In school, I saw a girl who was lovely.
She was wearing a ring on her finger which was made of gold. She was wearing a ring which was made of gold on her finger.
The two boys are helping one another. The two boys are helping each other.
One of the girl is wise. One of the girls is wise.
Your’s truly. Yours truly.
This pen is like me. This pen is like my pen.
Those who work hard they will pass. Those who work hard will pass.


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