What Are Distributive Pronouns?
A distributive pronoun considers members of a group separately, rather than collectively. They include each, any, anyone, either, neither and others.
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Examples of Distributive Pronoun
- Each of you have to work together
- He never replied to any of my letters.
- I don’t think either of them are at home.
- Each of them has a leather money bag.
- Neither of my parents is a doctor.
- Each one of us has his own duty.
- Everyone is laughing at me behind my back.
- Could either of you lend me ten dollars?
- Have any of you actually seen a UFO?
- None of us was going to the party.
- Each of us has a company car.
- None of them raised any objection.
- None of my kids have blonde hair.
- Do any of these designs attract you?
- Each of the answers is worth 10 points.
- No one has ever questioned her judgement.
- Either my father or my brothers are coming.
- Everyone must be loyal to his motherland.
- You can park on either side of the street.
- Neither road will go to the railway station.