In the beginning was I, and then came You, and now there is Me. Take the M in me, flip it around to a double u, and that makes We, which also rhymes with Z. Though Z is not a pronoun, I, me, mine, she, he, it, we, and us are, and used in sentences to avoid repeating the same nouns over and over again.
Pronouns are one of the most amazing aspects of the English language, always leading the mind to associations enabling us to keep organized, collaborate, and stay focused. Whether it’s they say, he said, she started it, and he finished it, the question remains, who actually did it, and that is the beauty of the pronoun.
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