Thatseems reasonable. Thosecame with the set.5. Indefinite pronounsrefer to no special person or thing.Overuse of these pronouns may result in vagueness.Indefinite:anyonebothnobodyeverythingmanyeverybodyanythingoneeveryoneeachno oneothers6. Relative pronounsbegin dependent clauses. A relative pronoun relates a dependent clause to a noun or a pronoun that precedes it in the sentence. Use who, whom,or thatto refer to persons. Use whichor thatto refer to things.Relative:I saw the boy whowon the race.Where is the book thatI loaned you?Do you know the author about whomwe are talking?Please take the suitcase whichis in the hall.Learn More about Pronouns.Personal PronounsUnlike English nouns, which usually do not change form except for the addition of an -s ending to create the plural or the apostrophe + s to create the possessive, personal pronouns (which stand for persons or things) change form according to their various uses within a sentence.Thus I is used as the subject of a sentence (I am happy.), me is used as an object in various ways (He hit me. He gave me a book. Do this for me.), and my is used as the possessive form (That's my car.) The same is true of the other personal pronouns: the singular you and he/she/it and the plural we, you, and they. These forms are called cases. An easily printable chart is available that shows the various Cases of the Personal Pronouns.