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Barkha Agrawal has prepared a series on complete English Grammar in a coherent manner starting from scratch. It is designed in such a way that it has covered all the topics of grammar and in this particular course she is dealing with PRONOUN via explanations and questions which are important for all government or non-government exams. Even if you are not well versed with rules then too after going through this complete course you will gain confidence and will be able to attempt question with 100 percent accuracy.

Barkha Agrawal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Barkha Agrawal
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hello ma'am I want join the special English batch for SBI PO . .which started from 16th May. .pls mam . I know admission r closed. .but I want to join it. . I have to crack this exam. .I missed the last aatempt only due to English section. .pls help me
hello ma'am I want join the special English batch for SBI PO . .which started from 16th May. .pls mam . I know admission r closed. .but I want to join it. . I have to crack this exam. .I missed the last aatempt only due to English section. .pls help me
Hi Ma'am, Please provide the link for Season-1
Mam please suggest me a book that will b useful for preparing one word substitution, idioms and phrases, synonyms and antonyms, phrasal verbs for ssc upcoming teir 1..
thanks for your course mam can you make a course on defence exams like CDS,AFCAT,CAPF please you teach very nicely in exam point of view
  1. BARKHA AGRAWAL BSC IN ST TISTICS DEB TE ENTHUSIASTIC QUALIFIED EXA MS SSC B PS SBI CAT IT BHU SRCC


  2. PRONOUN


  3. Pronourn Pronoun is a word which is used to stop the repetition of noun in a sentence. Example Shyam is my friend. He is an honest person. Noun Pronoun


  4. Subjective Objective Possessive Possessive Pronoun Adjective Pronoun Reflexive Pronoun Pronoun My myself himself herself themselves Ourselves mine him his his she er her hers they them their theirs we us our ours you you your yours yourself/yourselves 1t 1t Itself who whom whose whose


  5. Choose the correct one: 1 It is I who am to blame for this accident 2) It is me who am to blame for this accident 3) It was me who came late 4) It was I who came late.


  6. Ans: It is I who am to blame for this accident It was I who came late.


  7. Rule -2: With the following pronouns, Subject is followed by Subject and Object is followed by object. Is Am Are Was Were Has Sub.Am Sub. ObjHave +Obj Had and


  8. Choose the correct one: There is no difference between you and I There is no difference between you and me


  9. Ans: There is no difference between you and me


  10. We can use subject or object before preposition but we always use object after preposition Eg: She talks to me.