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Nouns & Pronouns Flashcards - Summary
These grammar flashcards are designed to help you review several types of nouns and pronouns. As you flip through these interactive flashcard sets, you'll examine the rules, functions and uses of various noun and pronoun types. The flashcard sets cover some of the following topics:
- Noun and pronoun basics
- Abstract, concrete and proper nouns
- Demonstrative, interrogative, personal, possessive, reflexive and relative pronouns
How They Work
Follow the process below to make sure you're able to efficiently study and memorize noun and pronoun concepts.
- Open a flashcard set for the topic you're studying.
- Identify the image or word on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Abstract Nouns List & Flashcards
This flashcard set provides practice in identifying abstract nouns in sentences. Concrete nouns are also discussed, and exercises are provided in differentiating between concrete and abstract nouns.
Concrete Nouns List & Flashcards
This flashcard set will help you analyze words to determine if they are concrete nouns. Practice in identifying concrete nouns within sentences is also provided.
Demonstrative Pronouns List & Flashcards
This flashcard set provides basic definitions to help the learner understand demonstrative pronouns, demonstrative adjectives, and their usage. A set of example exercises is also included for additional practice.
Interrogative Pronouns List & Flashcards
Are you learning about interrogative pronouns? Interrogative pronouns make it simple to ask all sorts of questions. Take a look through this set to review how and when to use them!
Nouns List & Flashcards
Nouns are necessary for everything from giving a speech to writing a great paper. These flashcards cover exactly what nouns are, when and how they are used, and the difference between common and proper nouns.
Personal Pronouns List & Flashcards
Without personal pronouns, it would be impossible for this sentence to exist since ''it'' is a personal pronoun. Personal pronouns are one of the most common parts of speech we use in daily life. Use this flashcard set to help you learn more about personal pronouns and to practice using them.
Possessive Pronouns List & Flashcards
Are you learning about pronouns? This set reviews possessive pronouns, which just as they sound show possession! Use this set to practice using possessive pronouns in a variety of sentences.
Ready to learn where pronouns are, and where they fit as parts of speech? This flashcard set focuses on pronouns, words like ''I,'' ''she,'' ''he'', and ''it'' that replace nouns in sentences.
Proper Nouns List & Flashcards
When should a noun be capitalized? Learn how to recognize proper nouns and understand how they are different from common nouns, so that you will capitalize correctly every time.
Reflexive Pronouns List & Flashcards
Are you learning about different types of pronouns? Use these flashcards to review reflexive pronouns and to practice using them correctly in sentences.
Relative Pronouns List & Flashcards
This flashcard set provides a brief overview of relative pronouns and their usage in English grammar. Practice identifying the appropriate pronoun for a variety of situations, and impress your friends by being able to use the word 'whom' correctly every time!
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