What Are Pronouns?
Pronouns are the words that we use instead of a noun. When we use the name of the same person again and again in one sentence, it will not sound good that much. For example, Jennifer has to study a course plan for Jennifer to examine that Jennifer wants to pass by good grades. You need to polish this sentence as it looks irrelevant. So, we should replace a particular noun by something that makes the sentence intuitive in reading, and that is only a pronoun—replacing a person’s name, any place, anything, or idea that express the existence of something or someone will be the best way to make an organized sentence. There are different pronouns for multiple nouns. For example, Name of female (noun) = She (pronoun) | Name of a male (noun) = He (pronoun) | Name of anything (noun) = It (pronoun) | Name of different things (noun) = They (pronouns) | Name of a person singular (noun) = I (pronoun) | Name of a second person (noun) = You (pronoun) | Name of a group of a noun (noun) = We (pronoun). The sentence mentioned above will be; 'Jennifer has to study a course plan for her to give an exam that she wants to pass by good grades.'