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Pronoun सर्वनाम Lesson 2 – Learn English in Hindi – Possessive Pronoun & Relative Pronoun examples

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Pronoun सर्वनाम Lesson 2 – Learn English in Hindi – Possessive Pronoun & Relative Pronoun examples . Pronoun सर्वनाम Lesson 2 – Learn English in Hindi – Pronoun examples . Learn how to speak and translate from Hindi to English. Here we talk about pronouns (सर्वनाम). The words which are used in place of a noun are called pronouns. संज्ञा के स्थान पर इस्तेमाल होने वाले शब्दों को सर्वनाम कहते हैं। Rules for using pronoun when translating from Hindi to English along with examples and practice sentences.

When pronouns are used as possessive pronouns to show possession. In first person we use ‘my’/ ‘mine’ ‘मेरा’ for singular and ‘our’ / ‘ours’ ‘हमारा’ for plural. For the second person, use ‘your’ / ‘yours’ ‘तेरा, तुम्हारा, आपका’ and ‘his’, ‘her’, ‘it’s’, ‘their’ ‘उसका’ /‘उनका’ are used for third person singular and plural depending upon the gender.

When pronouns are used as reflexive pronouns to denote a pronoun that refers back to the subject of the clause in which it is used. In first person we use ‘myself’ / ‘ourselves’ for first person, ‘yourself’ / ‘yourselves’ for second person and ‘himself’ / ‘herself’ / ‘itself’ / ‘oneself’ / ‘themselves’ for third person.

When pronouns are used as reflexive pronouns to denote the relation between two or more things, persons or places. Who, that, which, whose or whom are used ‘जो जिसका जिसको’.

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