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16 Soal (Essay) Personal Pronoun Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Personal Pronoun

1. Apa yang dimaksud dengan personal pronoun?

2. Apa fungsi personal pronoun?

3. Apa yang kamu ketahui tentang 1st person dan berikan contohnya!

4. Jelaskan tentang 2nd person dan berikan contohnya!

5. Terangkan tentang 3rd person dan berikan contohnya!

6. Uraikan Personal Pronoun sebagai Appositive dan berikan contohnya!

7. What is personal pronoun and its examples?

8. Is anyone a personal pronoun?

9. What is the rule for using personal pronouns?

10. Is mine a personal pronoun?

11. What is the difference between a pronoun and a personal pronoun?

12. What can I use instead of personal pronouns?

13. How do you get rid of personal pronouns?

14. Is there a personal or possessive pronoun?

15. How do you write about yourself without a personal pronoun?

16. Is personal pronouns acceptable in academic writing?


1. Personal pronoun (kata ganti nama) menerangkan suatu nama, baik itu nama orang maupun nama benda secara spesifik.

2. Personal Pronouns adalah kata ganti yang digunakan untuk orang, hewan, benda, atau hal secara spesifik dan yang berfungsi untuk menggantikan posisi sebagai Subjek (Pelaku) atau Objek

3. Orang pertama (I, me, we, us) digunakan ketika sedang berbicara sebagai orang pertama (diri sendiri), kita dapat menggunakan kata ganti daripada menggunakan namanya.
Contoh Kalimat Personal Pronoun:
1. I would be very happy if you lent me a little money.
(Saya akan sangat senang jika kamu meminjami saya sedikit uang.)
2. We‘re looking for a philanthropist to support us.
(Kami sedang mencari seorang dermawan untuk mendukung kami.)

4. Orang kedua (you) digunakan ketika sedang berbicara dengan orang lain (bertindak sebagai orang kedua), kita dapat menggunakan kata ganti untuk orang kedua daripada menyebut nama aslinya.
Contoh Kalimat Personal Pronoun
1. You shouldn’t put yours anywhere.
(Kamu tidak seharnya meletakkan milikmu dimana-mana.)
2. I will help you to get yours.
(Saya akan membantumu mendapatkan milikmu.)

5. Orang ketiga (she, he, it, her, him, it, they, them) digunakan ketika sedang membicarakan orang lain (orang lain bertindak sebagai orang ketiga), kita dapat menyebut namanya pada permulaan pembicaraan, selanjutnya diganti dengan kata ganti orang ketiga.
Contoh Kalimat Personal Pronoun
1. Ferdi is a generous man. He always sets aside his for the poor and visits the orphanage. Everybody likes him.
2. (Ferdi adalah orang yang pemurah. Dia selalu menyisihkan miliknya untuk orang miskin dan mengunjungi panti asuhan. Setiap orang menyukainya.)

6. Personal Pronoun dapat digunakan pada appositive. Jika appositive menerangkan subject, kata ganti yang digunakan adalah subjective personal pronouns (I, you, they, we, she, he, it). Sebaliknya jika appositive menerangkan object, maka kata ganti yang digunakan adalah objective personal pronouns (me, you, us, them, her, him, it).
Contoh Kalimat Personal Pronoun sebagai Appositive
1. The team, Atiek and he, got two gold medals.
(Tim tersebut, Atiek dan dia, mendapatkan dua medali emas.)
The team= subject
Atiek and he = appositive
he = subjective pp

2. Diana invited her best friends, Vina and me, to her wedding party.
(Diana mengundang teman-teman baiknya, Vina dan saya, ke pesta pernikahannya.)
her best friend = object
Vina and me= appositive
me = objective pp

7. A personal pronoun is a short word we use as a simple substitute for the proper name of a person. Each of the English personal pronouns shows us the grammatical person, gender, number, and case of the noun it replaces. I, you, he, she, it, we they, me, him, her, us, and them are all personal pronouns.

8. All of these sentences use a plural personal pronoun (namely, they and their) to refer to a singular antecedent (everyone, employee, someone, and anyone). Everyone, someone, and anyone are singular indefinite pronouns, so called because they do not refer to a specific person, place, or thing

9. RULE: Pronouns have three cases: nominative (I, you, he, she, it, they), possessive (my, your, his, her, their), and objective (me, him, her, him, us, them). Use the nominative case when the pronoun is the subject of your sentence, and remember the rule of manners: always put the other person's name first!

10. The possessive personal pronouns are "mine," "yours," "his," "hers," "ours," and "theirs." Here is a quick reminder about personal pronouns. Personal pronouns are short words used to represent people or things. The personal pronouns are "I," "you," "he," "she," "it," "we," and "they."

11. Personal pronouns are used to refer to a particular person or thing. You might use one to refer to yourself or other specific people if you know who you are talking about, or you might use one to refer to a particular object. You can also use personal pronouns in the plural form.

12. "One," "the reader," "readers," "the viewer," or something similar sometimes can be used effectively in place of first-person pronouns in formal papers, but be careful not to overuse these expressions.

13. Passive sentence construction emphasises the events and processes the sentence is describing. Personal pronouns are avoided when using the passive voice; focus moves off 'doer' and onto the action. We cut a segment of the apple and placed it in agar solution. A segment of the apple was cut and placed in agar solution.

14. The possessive pronouns are my, our, your, his, her, its, and their. There's also an “independent” form of each of these pronouns: mine, ours, yours, his, hers, its, and theirs. Possessive pronouns are never spelled with apostrophes.

15. Below are some tips to make your work even easier:
1. Begin your sentences using nouns. ...
2. Avoid phrases that use “I” ...
3. Make direct statements. ...
4. Use the second person pronouns. ...
5. Why you should avoid the use of “I” in a paper. ...
6. What you need to avoid when writing without “I”

16. In academic writing, first-person pronouns (I, we) may be used depending on your field. ... Second person pronouns (you, yours) should almost always be avoided. Third person pronouns (he, she, they) should be used in a way that avoids gender bias.