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2014-03-02T14:18:38+05:30
Adverbs are of 4 types 

 Adverbs determining manner Adverb determining place Adverb determining time Adverb determining frequency
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pronouns
Personal(e.g., he, they)
Demonstrative(e.g., this, these)
Interrogative(e.g., which, who)
Indefinite(e.g., none, several)
Possessive(e.g., his, your)
Reciprocal(e.g., each other, one another)
Relative(e.g., which, where)
Reflexive(e.g., itself, himself)
Intensive(e.g., itself, himself)
Thanks . but what is difference between reflexive and intensive ?
what is the difference between reflexive and intensive ?
2014-03-02T14:20:21+05:30
There are several classes or 'kinds' of adverbs that we use for specific functions
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs of place
Adverbs of time
Adverbs of certainty
Adverbs of degree
Interrogative adverbs
Relative adverbs
Viewpoint and commenting adverbs


There five types of pronoun      
      1. Personal Pronoun
      2. Possessive Pronoun
      3. Reflixive Pronoun
      4. Relative Pronoun
      5. Demonstrative Pronoun
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