The pronoun that we used to refer to the noun in the sentence is called Relative Pronoun.
Example : who, whose, whom, that, which etc.
The book which I want is not in the library.
3. Demonstrative Pronoun :
The pronoun that is used to indicate near or distant objects is called Demonstrative Pronoun.
Example : this, that, those, these, such etc.
These flowers are really good.
4. Reflexive or Intensive Pronoun:
The pronoun that used when the action done by a person is directed back to the person is called Reflexive or Intensive Pronoun.
➣ Again these are in three types :
a] First Person :
myself, ourselves etc.
The cat hurt ourselves.
b] Second Person :
Yourself, yourselves etc.
You bought yourself a new book.
c] Third Person :
himself, herself, itself, themselves etc.
They themselves came and did their work.
5. Interrogative Pronoun :
The pronoun that is used to ask the question in sentence is called Interrogative Pronoun.
Example : what, who, whom, which, whose etc.
Who gave you this book ?
6. Indefinite Pronouns :
The pronoun that used when an object doesn't need to be specifically identified
is called Indefinite Pronoun.
Example : all, some, few, nobody, everyone etc.
Everyone is ready to go.
7. Possessive Pronoun :
The pronoun that shows possession or ownership of a noun
is called Possessive Pronoun.
Example : mine, yours, theirs, ours etc.
This house is mine.