Class 4 English Grammar Chapter 7 Personal Pronoun
NCERT Solutions for Class 4 English Grammar Chapter 7 Pronouns updated for academic session 2021-2022 for CBSE Board students as well as UP, MP Board and other state board students.Learn here about the ways to use pronoun in sentences and also know the kinds of pronouns and use of personal pronoun. In this chapter we shall learn about personal pronouns.
Class 4 English Grammar Chapter 7 Pronouns
|Class: 4||English Grammar|
|Chapter: 7||Pronouns – Personal Pronoun|
We know that a pronoun is a word used in place of a noun. This is used to avoid the repetition of the noun. It can be singular or plural. I, he, she, you, him, me, and it are common pronouns.
- 1. Personal Pronoun
- 2. Reflexive Pronoun
- 3. Demonstrative Pronoun
- 4. Relative Pronoun
- 5. Interrogative Pronoun
- 6. Indefinite Pronoun
- 7. Emphatic Pronoun
- 8. Reciprocal Pronoun
Note: In this chapter we shall learn about personal pronouns.
1. I know Prof. Sinha.
2. We know Prof. Sinha.
3. Prof. Sinha knows me.
4. Prof. Sinha knows us.
5. The car he is traveling is mine.
6. The car he is traveling is ours.
The pronouns are I, We, Me, Us, Mine and Ours in the sentences above refer to the person speaking called as the first person. We also notice how first person changes its form according to the situation it is placed in and the number.
1. When the first person speaks as a subject, it is I in singular and We in plural; then it is said to be in the nominative case.
Example: I/We know Prof. Sinha.
2. When the first person becomes an object, it is me in singular and us in plural; then it is said to be in objective case.
Example: Prof. Sinha knows me/us.
Again, when the first person speaks about its possession, it is my or mine in singular and our or ours in plural; then it is in possessive case.
Example: The car he is traveling is mine / ours.
Prof. Sinha is my / our uncle.
|Case||Singular Number||Plural Number|
|Possessive||My, Mine||Our, Ours|
|Case||Singular Number||Plural Number|
|Subjective case||You are lying, Reena.||You are lying, children.|
|Objective case||I shall punish you.||I shall punish you all.|
|Possessive case||Where is your pen?, Is this pen yours?||Where are your pens?, Are these pens yours?|
In the above sentences the pronouns in red refer to the person spoken to known as the second person. We notice how second person changes its forms according to the situation it is placed in. We also notice that you, your and yours are used for both singular and plural.
second person changes its forms with case:
|Case||Singular & Plural|
Some more Examples of personal Pronoun:
1. He is Mr. Tiwari.
2. She is Mrs. Tiwari.
3. I know him well.
4. I know her well.
5. This is his office.
6. This is her office.
7. The book I am reading is his.
8. The book I am reading is hers.
9. It is my brother’s bicycle.
10. I like to ride on it very much.
11. Its colour is red.
12. They are Mr. and Mrs. Tiwari.
13. I know them very well.
14. This is their office.
15. The book I am reading is theirs.
These pronouns refer to the person spoken of, called the third person. Notice that third person changes its forms not only with cases and number but also with gender. He, him, his refer to a male while she, her, hers refer to a female and it, its refer to a neuter gender.
Third person changes with cases, number and gender:
|Case||Singular (Masculine Gender Feminine Neuter)||Plural (All genders)|
|Nominative||he, she, it||they|
|Objective||him, her, it||them|
|Possessive||his, her/hers, its||their/theirs|
Note: In possessive cases my, your, his, their, etc. are used before the noun they possess or qualify; and mine, yours, hers, theirs are used after the noun.
- This is my pen.
- That is her saree.
- This pen is mine.
4. That green saree is hers.
5. This is our house.
6. This is their plot.
7. This house is ours.
8. This plot is theirs.
9. Is this your pen?
10. This is my pet dog and its tail is black.
11. Is this pen yours?
12. The house with a green lawn is ours.
13. That is his car.
14. The pen you are writing with is mine.
Revision of Personal Pronoun
A. Fill in the blanks with I, me, we, us, my, mine, our, ours:
1. Please give ________ a glass of water.
2. Let ________ go out to play football.
3. ________ am a good boy.
4. ________ are Indians.
5. ________ love Raja and Raja loves ________ .
6. He is as tall as ________ am.
7. Our English teacher taught ________ tenses today.
8. ________ are students of class IV.
B. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate pronoun:
1. The boy failed in the exam because ________ did not work hard.
2. The baby was hungry so the mother fed ________.
3. I spoke to Raj and Shweta when I met ________ .
4. Rahul loves ________ mohter very much.
5. This book is mine, that one is ________ .
6. A friend of ________ came to visit me yesterday.
7. This is ________ fault and you should admit it.
C. Substitute the nouns in underline with pronouns:
- 1. Shekhar told me that the book lying on the table is Shekhar’s.
- 2. I gave Ravi a pilot pen but Ravi did not thank me.
- 3. Look at Jazzy. Jazzy is fast asleep. Jazzy Wake up.
- 4. My uncle’s children are very good. I like My uncle’s children because My uncle’s children work hard.
- 5. My uncle is a doctor. The car I am traveling is My uncle’s. I like My uncle very much.
- 6. I know Sandeep and Sandeep knows me.
D. Tick (Right) the correct answer:
(i) How many pronouns are there?
(ii) Pronouns are classified in.
(a) Two categories
(b) Three categories
(c) four categories
(d) Five categories
(iii) Forms of personal pronouns are.
What is pronoun?
We know that a pronoun is a word used in place of a noun. This is used to avoid the repetition of the noun. It can be singular or plural. I, he, she, you, him, me and it are common pronouns.
How many kinds of pronoun are?
KINDS OF PRONOUN
There are eight kinds of pronoun:
1. Personal Pronoun
2. Reflexive Pronoun
3. Demonstrative Pronoun
4. Relative Pronoun
5. Interrogative Pronoun
6. Indefinite Pronoun
7. Emphatic Pronoun
8. Reciprocal Pronoun
What do you mean by personal pronoun?
A personal pronoun is a short word we use as a simple substitute for the proper name of a person. personal pronouns show us the grammatical person, gender, number, and case of the noun it replaces. I, you, he, she, it, we they, me, him, her, us, and them are all personal pronouns.