what is difference between adjective and pronoun

 adjective describes a noun.

pronoun takes the place of a noun 

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 An adjective is a word used to add something to the meaning of a noun {or a pronoun}.

In a cruel master cruel is the adjective, similarly in my aunt,my is the adjective.

A pronoun is a word used in the place of a noun.The noun for which a pronoun stands is called its antercedent.

Monica is a brillinant girl.she is the favourite of all the teachers .All of them admire her.

IN the example given above,the noun is Monica  is the antecedent of the pronouns she and her.The noun teacher is the antecedent of the pronoun them.

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adjective  discribes  a noun 

pronoun take the place of a noun

for example :

                          she and he is a pronoun

                          tall and short is a adjective

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Adjective describes a noun or pronoun and pronoun replaces a noun. Eg- funny is an adjective and we is a pronoun

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A is a and P is p
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Remember, possessive pronouns are used to replace the noun. Possessiveadjectives are used to describe the noun. Notice that some forms of the possessiveadjective and possessive pronoun are the same (his, its). So, you have to look at how they are used in the sentence.
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