Me, myself and I: How to use pronouns (1) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 15, 2017)

Me, myself and I: How to use pronouns (1) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Feb 15, 2017)

Pronouns are words we use instead of nouns in order to avoid repeating the nouns. Compare the following:

Laura picked up the book. Laura gave the book to Zalie. 

Laura picked up the book. She gave it to Zalie. 

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