What Are Second-Person Pronouns? - Definition & Examples


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Which of the following words could be replaced by a pronoun?

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1. Second-person pronouns refer to:

2. Which of the following is an example of a second-person possessive pronoun?

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Using the worksheet and quiz, you can check your knowledge of second-person pronouns quickly. Their purpose and examples of them are topics you'll find on the interactive quiz.

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  • What second person pronouns refer to
  • A word that could be replaced by a pronoun
  • Examples of second-person pronouns being used in sentences
  • An example of a pronoun that is plural
  • Example of a second-person possessive pronoun

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  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about examples of pronouns, plural pronouns and second-person possessive pronouns

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  • How pronouns are divided
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