SN ---> Usually a noun as its core.
Infinitives and pronouns ---> may be the core of SN.
Features of pronouns -> may constitute by themselves an NP and the function of individual unemployed
Words with which we can refer to the same entities we name with nouns.
They have no lexical meaning of their own, but occasionally
Personal Pronouns ----> words variables with which we may designate the speaker, listener or entity providing a notion of person pronouns. The PP may act as subject or complement.
Personal pronouns tonic
|2nd person||subject||You, you||you, you||you, you|
|Completion||You, you, you||you, you||you, you|
Unstressed personal pronounsSingular Plural Men Women Neutral Men Women 1st person me we 2nd person te 3rd person you what the the the it is gle,
Possessive pronouns -> indicate possession or ownership
Singular -> mine, mine, mine our ours, ours, yours, yours, yours, yours, yours, yours, his, hers, theirs
Plural -> mine, mine, ours, ours, yours, yours, yours, yours, hers, theirs.
Demonstrative pronouns -> serve to point indicating the spatial or temporal distance that mediates between the issuer and the being or object that is indicated.
Proximity -> this, this, this, these, these
Mean distance -> this, this, that, these, those
Remoteness -> that one over there, those, those, those.
Pronouns Numerals ---> Express number or order of a precise way.
Pronombresindefinidos ---> express quantity, identity, existence of an imprecise way.
Main indefinite pronouns ->
Quantity: Little, little, little, few, very few, much, much, many, many all, all, all, all, all, several, several, enough, enough
Identity: same, same, same, same, same, other, other, other, other, other, one, one, one, some, some, other, other
Of existence: some, some, some some, none, none, none, none. someone, anyone, anyone, whatsoever.