1. PERSONAL PRONOUN                                                     (8) It is used to give emphasis to the Noun or pronoun
      Personal Pronoun includes — We, I, She, He, It, They,        following.
You, Thou, Thee etc. They all stand for three Persons,                        For example,
i.e.,                                                                               It is a silly fish that is caught twice with the
         (i) the person speaking                                                    same bait.
        (ii) the person spoken to                                                   It was you who began the quarrel.
       (iii) the person spoken of                                                   It is an ill wind that blows for nobody good.
      We and I are used for First Person. He, she and it are                        It was at Versailles that the treaty was made.
used for Third Person while you, thou and thee are used                             It was I who first protested.
for Second Person. Thou and thee are out of use now.
They can be used for mankind, animal, bird, non-living in                     FORMS OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS
Plural.                                                                 The three difference forms of Personal Pronouns are:
             They are boys.                 mankind                                             First Person
             They are tables.               non-livings                                          Singular         Plural
             They are dogs.                 animals                Nominative                    I                We
      Use of Pronoun It                                            Possessive                    my, mine         our, ours
      (1) It is used for time and weather.                         Accusative                    me               us
      For example,                                                                            Second Person
             It is fine.                    It is winter.                                        Singular         Plural
             It is ten o"clock.             It is morning.         Nominative                    thou             you
             It is July.                    It was Monday.         Possessive                    thy, thine       your, yours
             It is ten p.m.                                        Accusative                    thee             you
      (2) It is used for things without life.                                                  Third Person
             For example,                                                                  Singular                Plural
                   Here is your book take it away.                                  Masculine Fermine Neuter All Genders
      (3) It is used for a young child, unless we clearly wish     Nominative he                   she        it       they
to refer to the sex.                                               Possessive his                  her, hers its       their, theirs
             For example,                                          Accusative him                  her        it       them
                   It is a baby.
                   It is an infant.                                2. REFLEXIVE PRONOUN
                   When I saw the child it was crying.                  Reflexive Pronouns are formed by adding - self to
                   The baby has torn its clothes.                  Personal Pronouns of the Singular Number and - selves to
                                                                   Personal Pronouns of the Plural Number.
                                                                        For example,
                   Who is it at the gate?
                                                                              Myself — I hurt myself.
            [When referred to mankind if its sex is unknown]
                                                                              Yourself — You will hurt yourself.
      (4) It is used for animal, bird and non-living.
                                                                              Himself — He hurt himself.
             For example,
                                                                              Herself — She hurt herself.
                   It is an ox.
                                                                              Itself — The horse hurt itself.
                   It is a crow.
                                                                              Ourselves — We hurt ourselves.
                   It is a chair.
                                                                              Yourselves — You will hurt yourselves.
      (5) It is used to refer to some statement going before.
                                                                              Themselves — They hurt themselves.
             For example,
                   He is telling what is not true; as he knows it. Use of Reflexive Pronouns
                   He deserved his punishment; as he knew it.        (1) Reflexive Pronoun is used when the doer accents on
      (6) It is used for natural incidents.                               his action or skill.
             For example,                                                     For example,
                   It is raining.                                                   I shall myself do this work.
                   It is thundering.                                                We will ourselves solve this problem.
                   It was an earthquake.                             (2) We use reflexive pronoun if the doer has to face both
                   It snows.                                              action and result.
      (7) It is used as a provisional and temporary subject                   For example,
before the verb to be when the real subject follows.                                She cut her finger herself.
             For example,                                                           I cook myself at present.
                   It is easy to find fault.                         (3) After these words, we generally use reflexive
                   It is doubtful whether he will come.                   pronoun :
                   It is certain that you are wrong.                          Avoid, avail, pride, enjoy, absent etc.