What Is a Predicate Pronoun?

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Predicate pronoun is a word that is used to inplace of a subject nouns. It only appears after a linking verb. Examples of Predicate pronouns are: him, her, they and you.
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Predicative possessive pronouns are those who are used without the noun and instead of the noun to which they refer : Whose coat is this ? It is mine (my coat)
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Predicate pronouns are pronouns used to replace nouns that served as the predicate of the sentence. Predicate pronouns include me, her, him, us, it, them and you.
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