Pronouns which is one of the eight parts of speech, is defined as stand-ins. They are substitutes for a noun, also one of the eight parts of speech, that is the star of a sentence.
Pronouns, whether they are personal, indefinite, demonstrative or possessive, play an important role in a sentence.
Personal pronouns can be used in place of male and female names or when the gender is not known. Some examples are I, we, you, he, him, they, them, whoever and whomever.
Indefinite pronouns don’t refer to a specific gender. Some examples include everybody, anybody, each and any.
Demonstrative pronouns refer to a particular person, place or thing. Examples are this, that, these and those.
And Possessive pronouns show ownership. Examples are my, mine, yours, hers, his, and theirs.
In order to become a proficient writer, it is important that we know the roles played in a complete thought.
SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT YOU SAY and know the rules in writing.