Pronouns are a small class of words that are used as a replacement or supplement for a noun. Pronouns are also used for noun phrases that have a general or broad reference. Pronouns are also used to refer to an individual or individuals or thing or things whose identity has already been specified, as most pronouns refer to an antecedent.
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In English, common pronouns include I, you, he, this, she, who, or what. Personal pronouns are typically chosen according to the gender of the antecedent or referent. Typically, personal pronouns include he, she, and its. There is no gender-neutral pronoun in the English language, although many individuals use the singular pronoun "they" so that no gender is inferred based on the pronoun.