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Chapter 3 – Lesson 1 – Intensive Pronouns

Intensive Pronouns   An intensive Pronoun is a pronoun that emphasizes its antecedent.   Examples:   My brother tied his shoes himself.   Here, ‘My brother’ is an antecedent. ‘Himself’ is an intensive pronoun.   Intensive Pronouns always end with ‘self’ or ‘selves’. You can also see some intensive pronouns to be like below: Myself, himself, yourself, themselves, ourselves, and yourselves.   Examples:   I saw the girl myself. The dogs turned the faucets on themselves. The band itself is amazing.   []

Chapter 4- Lesson 1- Verbals

Verbals   A verbal is just a label for something that has to do with a verb.   Verbal Phrases are phrases that begin with verbs. There are three types of Verbal Phrases:   Gerunds Participles Infinitives     Gerunds A gerund is a noun that turns into a verb. You just add –ing to it. For example:   Run = Running Think = Thinking Play = Playing   Participles A Participle is a verb that turns into an adjective. There are []

Chapter 2: Lesson 3: Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns   A Possessive Pronoun shows that something belongs to someone. Examples of some can be as followed: Mine, Yours, His, Hers, Ours, and Theirs.   For instance:   The last piece of pizza is mine.   I think this dirty shirt is yours.   Sally wanted everyone to know the new pet cat was hers.   The problems I face with most authors when I go through their manuscripts is vague pronouns.   Examples:   Jessica wanted to get a []

Chapter 2: Lesson 2: Objective Pronouns

Objective Pronouns   An Objective Pronoun is a pronoun that takes the place of the object of a sentence.   The object of a sentence is the thing that happens to a sentence.   Examples:   Mary hit the gate.   The bride carried the bouquet of flowers.   Some Object Pronouns can be as followed: Me, You, Her, It, Us, Them, Whom and That.     ————-   Jeyran Main   If you would like a book review click here If []

Chapter 2: Lesson 1: Subjective Pronouns

Pronouns   A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun (Person, place or a thing).   Examples:   Katy ran for class president. She can for class president.   “She” takes the place of “Katy”   The football players celebrated. They celebrated.   “They” takes the place of “The football players”   Subjective pronouns are pronouns that take the place of the subject of the sentence.   What is the subject of a sentence? It is the thing []

ENGLISH & HISTORY CHALK TALK

A NEW CHANGE I am opening a new chapter here at Review Tales. It has been a while since I have wanted to make some changes and broaden the topics and subjects discussed on this website. As versatile as Review Tales is, I have decided to add some English and History lessons to the content of the page. I know that I have many followers from across the world. English is not everyone’s first language and so I believe it will benefit them []