A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun.
There are six kinds of commonly used pronouns:
Personal Pronouns: Personal Pronouns are used are substitutes for proper or common nouns.
Examples : I, he, she, mine, his, her, they, their
Demonstrative Pronouns: Demonstrative Pronouns are used to point out objects
Examples: this, that, these, those
Indefinite Pronouns: Pronouns which refer to things in a general way and not to someone or something in particular.
Examples: nobody, somebody, everybody, one (should not lie)
Distributive Pronouns: Pronouns which refer to persons or things one at a time are called Distributive pronouns.
Examples: each, either, neither
Relative Pronouns: A pronoun that relates a subordinate clause to the rest of the sentence is called a relative pronoun.
Examples: who - (Raj is the boy) who (did the work)
whose – (Raj is the boy) whose (books were lost)
Interrogative Pronouns: Pronouns used for asking questions are called Interrogative Pronouns.
Examples : what, which, who, whose, whom