Category:English pro-forms

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Fundamental » All languages » English » Terms by semantic function » Pro-forms

English terms that refer to other parts of speech.

Here are words used to refer to something not contained in the sentence of which they are a part. The most common of these are pronouns, but other types of words are used in this way. Many words classified in Wiktionary as interjections are pro-forms, especially responses.

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This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.

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Pages in category "English pro-forms"

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