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    DISTRIBUTIVE PRONOUN | DISTRIBUTIVE PRONOUN EXAMPLES

    distributive pronoun

    What is distributive Pronoun?

    Distributive Pronoun Definition

    • Each, Everyone, Either and Neither are distributive pronouns.
    • It expresses a person or a thing/ one at a time.

    EXAMPLE

    Each of us is intelligent

    Distributive Pronoun Examples

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    Examples of distributive pronoun

    1. Each of the students got a prize.
    2. Each got his turn.
    3. Either of the two will win the race.
    4. Either of you is not my friend.
    5. Either team may win the game.
    6. Neither of those two students can secure first position.
    7. Everyone of the students was happy.
    8. Each of the two students received a medal.
    9. No one has offered me this opportunity.
    10. Any of you can meet the President regarding this issue.
    11. None of them is brave enough to fight the king.

    Important To Know

    1. Everyone

    • Everyone is always used in the context of more than two.

    EXAMPLE

    Everyone of the students was happy.
    • Everyone is never used for two.

    EXAMPLE

    Everyone of the two will win the race

    The use of Everyone is wrong in the above sentence.

    1. Either and Neither

    • Either and Neither are commonly used in the context of two.

    EITHER EXAMPLE

    Either of the two girls has received her gift.

    NEITHER EXAMPLE

    Neither of the two girls has deposited their fees.
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    1. Any/ No one/ none

    • Any, No one, None are used for more than two.

    EXAMPLES

    Any of you can meet the President regarding this issue.
    No one has offered me this opportunity.
    None of them is brave enough to fight the king.
    1. USE OF EACH

    • Each can be used for two or more.

    EXAMPLE

    1. Use of Each for two.
    Each of the two students received a medal.
    1. Use of Each for more than two.
    Each of the students gets a prize.
    • It is only appropriate to use each after Numeral.

    EXAMPLE

    Correct Use – I bought these books for rupees fifty each.
    Incorrect Use – I bought these books each for fifty rupees.

    In the above sentence fifty is a numeral & each is a distributive pronoun.

    Other Types of Pronouns(सर्वनाम के प्रकार)

    types of pronoun in hindi

    Types

    1. Personal Pronoun.
    2. Reflexive Pronoun.
    3. Emphatic Pronoun.
    4. Reciprocal Pronoun.
    5. Demonstrative Pronoun.
    6. Indefinite Pronoun.
    7. Interrogative Pronoun.
    8. Relative Pronoun.
    9. Exclamatory Pronoun.

    Recommended ReadTypes of Pronoun in Hindi and English.

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