Whom did you see there?
What is there on the table?
what kind / sort of
What kind/sort of films do you like?
THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS
He does not know who must come to see us.
We are playing with Johnís balls but we donít know whose they are playing with.
to whom = whom to
I donít know who(m) I shall give this book to.
He could not guess whom he might see there.
She has many books but she doesnít know which she must read for the examination.
THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
THE IMPERSONAL PRONOUNS
One could work there. You should always be careful when crossing the road.
THE REFELXIVE PRONOUNS
THE EMPHATIC PRONOUNS
myself ( eu insumi )
yourself ( tu insuti )
himself ( el insusi )
herself ( ea insasi )
itself ( el insusi )
ourselves ( noi insine)_
yourselves ( voi insiva)
themselves ( ei insisi)
THE INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
I canít buy it all.
He, that tells a secret is anotherís servant.
You may read either of them. Both are interesting.
More then enough is too much.
God will satisfy the needs of everybody.
You canít please everyone.
Jesus likes this book, but I prefer the other.