|Personal Pronouns||Personal pronouns represent people or things.|
|Demonstrative Pronouns||Demonstrative pronouns are used to replace specific people or things that have been previously mentioned (or are understood from context).|
|Interrogative Pronouns||Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions. (The interrogative pronoun represents the thing that the question is about.)|
|Indefinite Pronouns||An indefinite pronoun refers to a non-specific person or thing.|
|Possessive Pronoun||A possessive pronoun replaces a possessive adjective and a noun.
Ex: "I'll show you my dog" changes into: "I'll show you mine"
|Relative Pronoun||A relative pronoun comes after a noun to help to identify which person or thing we are talking about or to tell us some more information about a person or thing.|
|Reflexive Pronouns||A reflexive pronoun is used with another noun (or pronoun) when something does something to itself|
|Intensive Pronouns||An intensive pronoun refers back to another noun (or pronoun) in the sentence to emphasize it.
Ex: The mayor HIMSELF attended the ceremony.