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5 Soal Materi Personal Pronoun + Kunci Jawaban

Soal (Uraian) Personal Pronoun

1. What can I use instead of personal pronouns?

"One," "the reader," "readers," "the viewer," or something similar sometimes can be used effectively in place of first-person pronouns in formal papers, but be careful not to overuse these expressions.

2. How do you get rid of personal pronouns?

Passive sentence construction emphasises the events and processes the sentence is describing. Personal pronouns are avoided when using the passive voice; focus moves off 'doer' and onto the action. We cut a segment of the apple and placed it in agar solution. A segment of the apple was cut and placed in agar solution.

3. Is there a personal or possessive pronoun?

The possessive pronouns are my, our, your, his, her, its, and their. There's also an “independent” form of each of these pronouns: mine, ours, yours, his, hers, its, and theirs. Possessive pronouns are never spelled with apostrophes.

4. How do you write about yourself without a personal pronoun?

Below are some tips to make your work even easier:
1. Begin your sentences using nouns. ...
2. Avoid phrases that use “I” ...
3. Make direct statements. ...
4. Use the second person pronouns. ...
5. Why you should avoid the use of “I” in a paper. ...
6. What you need to avoid when writing without “I”

5. Is personal pronouns acceptable in academic writing?

In academic writing, first-person pronouns (I, we) may be used depending on your field. ... Second person pronouns (you, yours) should almost always be avoided. Third person pronouns (he, she, they) should be used in a way that avoids gender bias.