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This page is for demonstrating how to use different pronouns. For information on how personal pronouns work, how to learn and share them, and more, go to Pronouns.org. There are a great many pronoun sets in use and we've definitely missed some; if you have a suggestion to add, please contact us (ideally with the conjugation and example sentences of the pronouns). Please note that this list isn't comprehensive and usage varies; if someone asks you to use a spelling or conjugation for them that is not covered here, respect that. Each section can be linked directly.

They/them

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Subject: they

Object: them

Possessive adjective: their

Possessive noun: theirs

Reflexive: themself

Usage: They have several plants in their house; the little cactus is theirs. They prefer to take care of the plants themself, so don't water any for them.

She/her

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Subject: she

Object: her

Possessive adjective: her

Possessive noun: hers

Reflexive: herself

Usage: She has several plants in her house; the little cactus is hers. She prefers to take care of the plants herself, so don't water any for her.

He/him

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Subject: he

Object: him

Possessive adjective: his

Possessive noun: his

Reflexive: himself

Usage: He has several plants in his house; the little cactus is his. He prefers to take care of the plants himself, so don't water any for him.

Ve/ver

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Subject: ve

Object: ver

Possessive adjective: vis

Possessive noun: vis

Reflexive: verself

Usage: Ve has several plants in vis house; the little cactus is vis. Ve prefers to take care of the plants verself, so don't water any for ver.

Ey/em (Elverson pronouns)

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Subject: ey or e

Object: em

Possessive adjective: eir

Possessive noun: eirs

Reflexive: emself

Usage: Ey has several plants in eir house; the little cactus is eirs. Ey prefers to take care of the plants emself, so don't water any for em.

Zie/hir

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Subject: zie or ze

Object: hir

Possessive adjective: hir

Possessive noun: hirs

Reflexive: hirself

Usage: Zie has several plants in hir house; the little cactus is hirs. Zie prefers to take care of the plants hirself, so don't water any for hir.

Xe/xem

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Subject: xe

Object: xem

Possessive adjective: xyr

Possessive noun: xyrs

Reflexive: xemself

Usage: Xe has several plants in xyr house; the little cactus is xyrs. Xe prefers to take care of the plants xemself, so don't water any for xyr.

Per/pers

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Subject: per

Object: per

Possessive adjective: pers

Possessive noun: pers

Reflexive: perself

Usage: Per has several plants in pers house; the little cactus is pers. Per prefers to take care of the plants perself, so don't water any for per.

It/its

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Subject: it

Object: it

Possessive adjective: its

Possessive noun: its

Reflexive: itself

Usage: It has several plants in its house; the little cactus is its. It prefers to take care of the plants itself, so don't water any for it.

Noun-self pronouns

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Noun-self or nounself pronouns are derived from a word chosen by an individual. In this example, the word is "cloud." Some noun-self pronouns use the full noun in each conjugation; others use shortened versions for some words.

Subject: [noun]. Example: cloud

Object: [noun]. Example: cloud

Possessive adjective: [noun]s. Example: clouds

Possessive noun: [noun]s. Example: clouds

Reflexive: [noun]self. Example: cloudself

Usage: Cloud has several plants in clouds house; the little cactus is clouds. Cloud prefers to take care of the plants cloudself, so don't water any for cloud.

Name

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Some people use a name as the pronoun. In this example, the name is Robin.

Subject: [name]. Example: Robin

Object: [name]. Example: Robin

Possessive adjective: [name]'s. Example: Robin's

Possessive noun: [name]'s. Example: Robin's

Reflexive: [name]self. Example: Robinself

Usage: Robin has several plants in Robin's house; the little cactus is Robin's. Robin prefers to take care of the plants Robinself, so don't water any for Robin.

Initial

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Some people use an initial as the pronoun. In this example, the initial is T.

Subject: [initial]. Example: T

Object: [initial]. Example: T

Possessive adjective: [initial]'s. Example: T's

Possessive noun: [initial]s. Example: T's

Reflexive: [initial]self. Example: Tself

Usage: T has several plants in T's house; the little cactus is T's. T prefers to take care of the plants Tself, so don't water any for T.

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