pronoun

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a: pronoun ~
b: a stunt double

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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Aug 31 2015 6:45 PM



a: pronoun ~
b: broad linguistic church

What:

"The word 'pronoun' is like a broad linguistic church, covering a multitude of functions, and in some approaches to categorisation, 'their' is classified as a possessive pronoun rather than a possessive adjective. 'Determiner' as a descriptor has become popular during the last 30 years or so."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Aug 31 2015 6:47 PM



a: pronoun ~
b: a variable in programming

What:

"You can compare human language very often to computer languages. A pronoun is like a variable in programming. You can stuff anything into it."


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Writer: Karsten Fink
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Date: Aug 31 2015 6:49 PM



a: pronoun ~
b: mini-word

What:

"In English, we have possessive pronouns. Now, a pronoun is like a mini-word that stops the writer/speaker having to repeat the full name of the subject or object every time they refer to it."


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Writer: Beth Battrick
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Date: Aug 31 2015 6:51 PM



a: pronoun ~
b: suit

What:

"A pronoun is like the suit one gives a prisoner after he has been stripped of his identity."


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Writer: Richard Nordquist
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Date: Aug 31 2015 6:53 PM



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