Mehak bought a dress which was yellow in colour. Underline the pronoun and mention what kind of pronoun it is ?
Kind of pronouns like relative, possessive, demonstrative, subject pronoun, object pronoun etc..
- GypsyfishLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
"which" is a relative pronoun introducing a relative or adjective clause. A pronoun replaces a noun- in this case, "which" stands for "dress".
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
Ask your teacher not to waste your time on sentences that no native speaker would actually say. Real people say, "Mehak bought a yellow dress".
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I don't happen to see any pronoun in your sentence.
My sources tell me it's a relative pronoun.
I was thinking it was a preposition.
I'd better stay out of the wordplay category, because I don't know enough to play!
Subject pronoun, object pronoun, possessive adjective, possessive pronoun, reflexive pronoun
1. I, me, my, mine, myself
2. Thou, thee, thy, thine, thyself
3m. He, him, his, his, himself
3f. She, her, her, hers, herself
3n. It, it, its, --, itself
1pl.We, us, our, ours, ourselves
2pl. You, you, your, yours, yourselves
3pl. They, them, their, theirs, themselves