Uses of Pronouns

My problem is different from her. Use hers
I prefer your company to her. Use hers
I consider an honour to work here. Use it is an honour
Everyone but he knew the answer. Correct (here the meaning of but is except)
Nobody was there but me. Correct
Everyone was passed but me. Correct
Ajay as well as Vijay is doing preparing their syllabus. Use his instead of their
The workers as well as their supervisor are doing their work. Correct
The boy with his parents has gone to visit the temple. Correct
The children with their parents have gone to visit the temple. Correct
You and I have done our homework. Correct
You and he must obey your teachers. Correct
Nobody will help you nut me. Correct
None of the two boys has done his homework. Use neither instead of none
Each of the committee members has their own opinion. Use his instead of their
He was top scorer than either of his ten teammates. Use anyone instead of either
Neither Suresh nor Ramesh has finished their task. Use his instead of their
Either Sohan or Rohan failed in their annual examination. Use his instead of their
The teachers distributed the sweets among themselves. Use them instead of themselves
My friend often talks to himself. Correct
He does all his homework by himself. Correct
I like to spend time by myself. Correct
He enjoyed the tour last year. Use tour himself last year
He kept himself away from the robber. Remove himself
Raju qualified himself in the test. Remove himself
Many people of society are always talking about themself. Use themselves
We hope that you are both looking after myself. Use yourself instead of myself
He should avail of the opportunity. Use himself after avail
Ajit and myself were present at the party. Use I instead of myself
My mother brought a cycle for Ajay and myself. Use me instead of myself
No one can be more beautiful than herself. Use she instead of herself (than k baad nominative case)
I gave him a book and the same was returned to (in law and business ‘the same’ is use these days)
Important notes:
This or that kind of/ sort of
These or those kinds of / sorts of

Both girls are beautiful, but this is much beautiful than those. Use that instead of those
The students of this class are more intelligent than that of that class. Use those of that class
The roads of Allahabad are wider than Varanasi. Use those of before Varanasi
The climate of Lucknow is like that of Patna. Correct
He has bought any books. Use some instead of any
He has not bought any books. Correct
Everyone should respect one’s parent. Use his instead of one’s
One should not be overexcited to his own success. use one’s instead of is
Anyone can get success in their examination. Use his instead of their
He gained a promotion in his job last year but he did not gain ones this year. Use one instead of ones
Anyone can do this work if he wants. Correct
One of the batsmen has given up one’s wicket. Use his instead of one’s
One must do one’s duty to his country. Use one’s instead of his
All cows are useful but the white one are more useful. Use ones instead of one
I prefer a white car to a black ones. Use one instead of ones
The horse who is black is mine. Use which instead of who (for animals and non-living thing which is used)
This is the dog whose name is Tiger. Correct (here dog is personified therefore ‘which’ is not used)
He has obtained ninety percent of marks, that proves that he is intelligent. Use which or remove comma
Mr. Sharma is a school teacher, that lives in Kota. Use who instead of that
I have bought a new car, that is white in colour. Use which instead of that
The bike of that color is black is mine. Use of which instead of that
The man and his dog that we saw in morning have been gone to Delhi. Correct (if living and non living things are joined by and then who/whom/which are not used, that is used)
Everyone who/that has visited Jaipur likes it. Correct
Atul is the most laborious student Whom I know. Use that instead of whom (after superlative that is used)
All the money which I gave him has spent. Use that instead of which
All the books which I gave her are new. Use that instead of which
All that glitters is not gold. Correct
His mother has given him everything which she had. Use that instead of which
My brother has spent all the money which I gave him. Use that instead of which
I have read the few books which she gave me. Use that instead of which

This is the same place that frietend me. Correct
This is same car that mine. Use as instead of that (This is same car as mine)
These apples are not such as we bought yesterday. Correct
This is the student to that I have taught Mathematics. Use whom instead of that (Preposition + that is not used preposition + which/whom is used)
This is the School in which I had studied. Correct

Note: all are correct
This is the hotel in which I stayed.
This is the hotel which I stayed in.
This is the hotel that I stayed in.
This is the hotel I stayed in.

He gave me a book and I gave the same to Rahul. Use it instead of the same
I gave him the book what he needed. Use which/that instead of what
He can take any bat what he likes. Use that instead of what
Most of the students, especially whom I teach have passed in the final semester. Use those before whom
Whose is this car which looks very luxury? Use instead of which (after interrogative pronoun who, whom, whose, which, what we use that instead of which or who)
I went to Ajay’s house who is my friend. Use to the house of Ajay (because relative pronoun ke antecedent ke saath apostrophe ‘ is not used)
These are the government’s orders which must be obeyed. Use the orders of government
This is one of the best stories that is worth reading. Use are instead of is
He is one of the greatest leaders that has ever lived. Use have instead of have
This is the only one of his stories that have been published this year. Use has instead of have
This is Mr. Jha that son topped in the class. Use whose instead of that
I know dogs which honesty is greater than men. Use whose
My dog, which is faithful to me, has more sense than most men. Use who
The dog who bit him was died. Use which instead of who
He is the best singer whom I ever hear. Use that instead of whom
Who is here who does not love his nation? Use that instead of who
Man is the only animal who writes. Use that instead of who
You can buy any car which you like. Use that instead of which
She is the same girl which came in college yesterday. Use that instead of which
The boy is my friend’s son, Vijay, who comes first in the class. Use is the son of my friend
His car which he bought yesterday is luxury. Use the instead of his
Most of the students, especially who have not done their work are absent today. Use those after especially
He likes everybody and everything which looks beautiful. Use that instead of which
Varun has spent the little time in sleep which he has in the journey. Use that instead of which
The boy who they thought to be a intelligent is a dull. Use whom instead of who
This is one of the best solutions which have ever been made by us. Use that instead of which
This is only one of his methods that solve the problem. Use solves instead of solve
This is not such method that I expected. Use as instead of that
He is one of the few people whom we think might be good at study. Use who/that instead of whom
What is here that I do not know? Correct
I like everybody and everything who give respect to others. use that instead of who
This is the same boy who won the prize in long jump and high jump. Use that instead of who (the same k baad espast clearly verb hone pe that use karein)
The only player who can bowl and bat well is my friend. Use that instead of who
Your pen is red, but my one is blue. Use mine instead of my one
Note: any = – and some = +
My friend did not see some of them there. Use any instead some
We must do anything for our mother and father. Use something (sentence is +)
I will not do something for my friend. Use anything (sentence is negative)
A triangle which three sides are equal is called equilateral triangle. Use whose instead of which
The boy of that father works in my office is honest. Use whose instead of ‘of that’ (preposition + that nahi hota hai)
This is the school in that he studies. Use which instead of that
This is not such a critical situations which yours. Use as instead of which
He asked as many questions which he could. Use as instead of which
He can take the bike which/that he likes. Correct
Most of the students, especially who have not submitted their fees are not here. Use those after especially
All the boys, including whom I have helped, have got admission in IIT. Use those after including
He has an idea, and which will change our life. Remove and
He presented him before the boss. Use himself instead of him
Their hard work and determination is greater than our. Use ours
This is the same path which we have taken yesterday. Use that instead of which
The manager as well as the clerks absented themselves from the bank. Use himself instead of themselves
As a software engineer you are far better than him. Use he instead of him
The schools of Delhi are more expensive than that of Kanpur. Use those of in place of that of
He gave me some books on the condition that I should return the same before Sunday. Use it instead of the same
Each minister and each officer has given their consent. Use his instead of their
The more you read this story the more you will like this. Use it instead of this
This only method which you have used today will solve the problem. Use that instead of which.