Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pronoun"

The meaning of "Pronoun" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pronouns mean?
A: Your pronouns are how you’d like to be referred as, in order to avoid being misgendered. This is becoming more common nowadays as people learn about the spectrum of gender and gender fluidity.

If someone says their pronouns are they/them, one might say: “I saw their friends waiting for them outside”, for example. On the other hand, if they say their pronouns are he/him, then instead, you would say: “I saw his friends waiting for him outside”.
Q: What does Choose the best pronoun to complete each sentences.
______ are going to the supermarket this weekend.
Select one:
a. It
b. Us
c. Him
d. We mean?
A: We is correct here
Q: What does preferred pronouns mean?
A: It’s about gender what they identify as
Boy pronouns are He Him His
Girl pronouns are She Her Hers
Q: What does Relative pronoun mean?
A: @xgus It is a pronoun which introduces dependent clauses in a sentence. Ex: when, where, whose, which, this, that

Example sentences using "Pronoun"

Q: Please show me example sentences with beside + which(relative pronoun)
between + which
opposite+which

plz make example sentence

(for example ㅡ This is the point we have never been)


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A: I would probably never make sentences this way.

As your example sentence showed, “this is the point beyond which we have never been” is saying that “we have not gone beyond this point”.

“These are the slices of bread between which your sandwich ingredients will go” is saying “your ingredients will go between these slices of bread”.

I’d never say “opposite which”… I can’t even make up a sentence that sounds okay. As you’ve seen with the last two examples, though, you can just rearrange the sentence like that.
Q: Please show me example sentences with beside + which(relative pronoun)
between + which
opposite+which

plz make example sentence

(for example ㅡ This is the point we have never been)


.
A: I lied down on my bed beside which was my dog who was already asleep.
There were two giant bookshelves in the office between which sat my busy father staring at his tiny notebook.
I decided to sit today at the table opposite which I used to sit.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I literally though that... (feel free to use it with any other pronoun).
A:

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Q: Please show me example sentences with relative pronoun "what".
A: sorry! try these:

That's what he said to do!
Is that really what he said?
What did you say again?
What is your job?
My dog is what is called a beagle
What is that?
Yeah, I can believe that's what she said

hope that helped more
Q: Please show me example sentences with "as" used as relative pronoun.
A:

Her opinion, which she explained in her book, came to mind.
Her opinion, which is explained in her book, came to mind.
Her opinion, that is explained in her book, came to mind.
Her opinion, that she explained in her book, came to mind.

I've used commas just in case I write something ambiguous without them. These sentences sound correct to me, though I think the 'as' version sounds best.

Synonyms of "Pronoun" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Emphasizing pronouns and Reflexive pronouns ?
A: English uses the same pronouns as emphasizing (or intensifier) and reflexive pronouns. "You yourself are going to the store" is using "yourself" as an intensifier pronoun. "Don't do that to yourself!" is using "yourself" as a reflexive pronoun.
Q: What is the difference between That (relative pronoun) and Which (relative pronoun) ?
A: Não há diferença: os dois se referem a objetos e animais. Porém, “that” pode também ser usado pra se referir a pessoas, junto com “who”.
Q: What is the difference between (relative pronoun) which and (relative pronoun) who and (relative pronoun) why ?
A: While this is correct, I think the question is asking more about the relative pronoun funtion of those words in more complex sentences such as,

"They are foolish who believe in the lies which the modern world has already disproved."
Q: What is the difference between which (as a relative pronoun) and that (as a relative pronoun) ?
A: There’s definitely a formal rule around when to use “that” and when to use “which”, but in reality people don’t care that much. Native speakers will often use them interchangeably without regard to which one is technically the correct one. Neither word has a special nuance I can think of.

In fact in normal English those two words are often dropped. For example both of the two sentences below are fine in everyday English.

“That’s the car that my dad bought.”
“That’s the car my dad bought.”

If you really want to know the rule I recommend looking it up on English Google because most native speakers probably wouldn’t know either and would just do a Google search to find an answer. And your English seems good enough to be able to understand an English-language website like that.
Q: What is the difference between it (as pronoun) and that (as pronoun) ?
A: People aren't generally able to distinguish instances in which "it" and "that" are used. It's subconscious.

In other words, it just depends on the sentence.

It can be said, however, that "it" refers to some object, idea, or thing unrelated to location, while "that" could equate to 「それ」 or 「あれ」. Though, that is obviously not always the case.

Anyway, I hope I at least partially answered your question.

Translations of "Pronoun"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 저들의 의미는 서로 다릅니까?
(For your information, '저들' is pronoun that refers to two aforementioned sentences.)
A: Do those sentences mean different things?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What we called pronoun in Hindi
A: Pronouns:
I (मैं), me (मुझे)
You (आप/तुम/तू)
He (यह/वह), him (उस/इस)
She (यह/वह), her (उस/इस)
We (हम), us (हमें)
They (वे/ये), them (उन/इन)

Those (वे, उन)
These (ये, इन)
This (यह, इस)
That (वह, उस)
It (यह/वह, उस/इस)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pronoun
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you pronoun " controversial " in US ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pronouns and subjects are the same, because subjects and pronouns are I You He She etc. some examples please ty
A: I don't get your question. You're right, they're the same.

Other questions about "Pronoun"

Q: i am trying to pronoun " goat" . can you help me to correct Does this sound natural?
A: Great. When I speak it in a sentence, it makes the "T" silent.
Q: Which is the pronoun for "news" (it/they...)??
Is it 3rd person singular? Should I say news is/are?
A: The news is..... third person singular
Q: I've been really wondering if "what" of the relative pronoun can be treated as plural. A dictionary or a certain book says it's generally singular. But it doesn't make sense to me. I suspect that "what" 's plural form has been incorrectly used and tolerated. Otherwise no book would exaggerate it. Perhaps the book tells lies. I'm so confused.
A: Yes, to say that “what” is singular is strange to me. What can refer to something singular or plural. It all depends on what it is referring to.
Q: Which pronoun is correct in this example? Their or theirs, her or hers?And why?
Most people are happy with their/theirs names but Kim doesn't like her/hers?
A: @ekaterina1989: Most people are happy with their names, Kim doesn't like hers.
Q: He is a pronoun of laziness. Does this sound natural?
A: Instead, you could say: "he is the personification of laziness", or "he is the quintessence of laziness".

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