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Bank Exams English Notes 2019

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Rule 1: A pronoun is used in objective case after Let/ Between/ Preposition/ Any.
Let her complete the homework.
You have to choose between Geeta and me.
Rule 2: A pronoun should be used in same form while comparing with than.
 I know her better than him. 
Rule 3: Order of personal pronoun should be 231 (i.e. Second person, Third person, First person)
You, she and I are going to play Cricket. 
Rule 4: A reflexive pronoun or an objective pronoun must be put after the verbs hurt, cheat, acquit, absent, avail, prostrate, introduce, present, enjoy, resign, revenge, apply, exert, adopt, adjust etc.
You should give yourself some rest.
Rule 5: A reflexive pronoun can not be used in place of subject.
Deepak and I decided to play cricket. 
Rule 6: Since a personal pronoun is used instead of a noun, it must be of the same number, gender and person as the noun for which it stands.
Those beggars are idle. They refuse to work for their living. (Here the pronoun they is of the same number and person as the noun beggars.)
Rule 7: When a pronoun stands for a collective noun, it must be in the singular number if the collective noun is thought of a whole.
The fleet has reached its destination.
The jury will give its verdict in a few hours.
Rule 8: If the reference is to the individual members of the group, a pronoun standing for a collective noun must be plural in number.
The jury are still debating the issue and will announce their individual opinions in a few hours.
Rule 9: When two singular nouns joined by and are preceded by each or every, the pronoun must be singular in number.
Every man and every boy should be ready to defend his country.
Rule 10: When two singular nouns are joined by or, either…or or neither…nor, the pronoun should be singular in number.
Neither Peter nor John has brought his book. (NOT Neither Peter nor John have brought their books.)
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