An Analysis of The Pronoun



An Analysis of The Pronoun :



THE PRONOUN – AN ANALYSIS

I myself did it.

I - First Person Pronoun - Nominative case - Subject of 'did'
myself - Emphatic Pronoun - refers to I
it - Pronoun - object of 'did' Accusative case
did - verb – transitive - - Past tense
Predicate - having its subject I



I availed myself of this opportunity to improve my English.

opportunity - Preposition phrase
to improve my English - Infinitive phrase
I - First Person Pronoun - Subject of "availed"
myself - Pronoun – Reflexive - Refers to I
availed - Predicate, having its subject I
of this opportunity - Preposition phrase
to improve my English — Infinitive Phrase



I think that he destroyed the letter which you sent there.

I - First Person Pronoun - Subject of "think"
think - Predicate, having its subject I
that – connective
he - Third Person - Nominative case - Subject of 'destroyed'
destroyed - Predicate - having its subject 'he' and object "letter"
which - Relative Pronoun having its antecedent 'letter'
you - Second Person - Pronoun. Subject of 'sent'
sent - Predicate - having it subject 'you'
there - adverb of place

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