You use these pronouns to refer back to someone or something that has already
this these that those
each other / one another
anyone / anybody everyone
someone / somebody no one
anything everything something nothing
SOME IMPORTANT POINTS ABOUT PRONOUNS
You can use 'you' and 'they' to talk
a) You can use 'you' to talk about people in general: Being bad at languages, you do miss out a lot.
b) You can use 'they' if it is not important to name the
person or people you are referring to: They say communication prevents wars.
You use 'this' and 'that' to identify
yourself on the phone, or to introduce people:
This is Marcos Vera speaking.
Who was that on the phone?
This is Ms Montana. She will be working with us.
You can use reflexive pronouns after
nouns or pronouns for emphasis: The topic itself was interesting but the film made it seem boring.
Henry himself had never been abroad.
You can also use a reflexive pronoun at the
end of a clause to indicate that someone did something without any help from
other people: I baked this bread myself.
You use 'by' + a reflexive pronoun to indicate that someone did something
without any help from other people, or to indicate that someone is alone: She
decorated the whole house by herself.
He sat by himself on the hill top and
looked out to sea.
'On' + 'my/your/his/her/its/our/their' + 'own' has the same
meaning: Do you like travelling on your own?
Indefinite pronouns are always used with a singular verb: No one knows who started the fire.
There's something in the cupboard.
is invited to the party.