These nouns are used in place of other nouns.
There are only few nouns which belong to this type of nouns.
Mary has come to my native. She has brought her mother.
There are two sentences above. One sentence is linked to the other sentence.
Both the first sentences speak about MARY. But, there is the word MARY in the first sentence whereas the word MARY is missing in the second sentence. But we have used another word SHE which means the word MARY.
The second word SHE is the noun of this type.
Mary has come to my native.
We are going to gift her A SMART-PHONE.
Here also there are two sentences. The first sentence has MARY whereas the second one has another word to mean MARY. That word is HER.
HER is another pronoun.
The sentences in English will have a subject and an object.
SHE is the subject-form of the personal noun MARY.
HER is the object-form of the personal noun MARY.
I, we, you, he, she, it and they are the seven the nouns of this type of subject-form.
Me, us, you, him, her, it and them are the seven the nouns of this type of object-form.
I will give you a pen.
He gave me a pen.
I is the subject whereas ME is the object of the verb.
We ordered him to bring water.
He ordered us to bring water.
We is the subject whereas US is the object of the verb.
You killed the Lion.
The lion mauled you.
YOU is the subject whereas YOU is also the object of the verb.
He tortured his father.
His father tortured him.
HE is the subject whereas HIM is the object of the verb.
She brought her sister to the temple.
Her sister brought her to the temple.
SHE is the subject whereas HER is the object of the verb.
It fell down upon the tank.
The tank fell down upon it.
IT is the subject whereas IT is also the object of the verb.
They ordered lunch for all of us.
We ordered them to bring lunch for all of us.
THEY is the subject whereas THEM is the object of the verb.
There are various types in this type of nouns.
WHO, HIS, WHICH, THAT, THIS, THESE and THOSE are also coming under this type of nouns.
Personal, Relative, Demonstrative, Interrogative, Possessive, Indefinite, Reflexive and Intensive are few of the types belonging to this type of nouns.
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