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 Exercises on the Pronoun

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مُساهمةموضوع: Exercises on the Pronoun   الخميس أكتوبر 16, 2008 12:39 pm

Replace the words in brackets by the correct personal pronouns. Note that Sue is the person speaking. The (*) means that you are asked a question.


My name is Sue. (Sue)__________ am English. And this is my family. My mum's name is Angie. (Angie)__________ is from Germany. Bob is my dad. (My dad)__________ is a waiter. On the left you can see Simon. (Simon)___________ is my brother. (Sue and Simon)_____________ are twins. Our dog is a girl, Judy. (Judy)__________ is two years old. (Sue, Simon, Angie and Bob)____________ live in Canterbury. (Canterbury)_______________ is not far from London. My grandparents live in London. (My grandparents)____________ often come and see us. What can(*) ____________ tell me about your family?

Answers:
My name is Sue. I(Note that Sue is speaking, so 'Sue' has to be replaced by 'I'.)
am English. And this is my family. My mum's name is Angie. She is from Germany. Bob is my dad. He is a waiter. On the left you can see Simon. He is my brother. We(Note that Sue is speaking, so you need to fill in 'we'.)
are twins. Our dog is a girl, Judy. She(In this case we know that Judy is a female dog, so we use 'she'. If we don't know, however, whether an animal is male or female, we use 'it'.)
is two years old. We(Note that Sue is speaking, so you need to fill in 'we'.)
live in Canterbury. It(Use 'it' for places.)
is not far from London. My grandparents live in London. They often come and see us. What can you(As stated above, the (*) means that you are asked a question.)
tell me about your family?


Fill in the correct pronouns.


My sister Jane loves books. This novel is for (she)
My children like Disney films. The video is for (they)
My brother Matt collects picture postcards. These postcards are for (he)
My parents like Latin music. The CD is for (they)
I like watches. This nice watch is for (I)
My wife and I love sweets. These sweets are for (we)
My nephew likes cars. The toy truck is for (he)
My neighbour wants to go to California next year. The guide book is for (she)
Here is another souvenir. I don't know what to do with (it)
You know what? - It's for (you)

Answers:


My sister Jane loves books. This novel is for her.
My children like Disney films. The video is for them.
My brother Matt collects picture postcards. These postcards are for him.
My parents like Latin music. The CD is for them.
I like watches. This nice watch is for me.
My wife and I love sweets. These sweets are for us.
My nephew likes cars. The toy truck is for him.
My neighbour wants to go to California next year. The guide book is for her.
Here is another souvenir. I don't know what to do with it.
You know what? - It's for you.

Replace the personal pronouns by possessive adjectives.


Where are (you) friends now?
Here is a postcard from (I) friend Peggy.
She lives in Australia now with (she) family.
(She) husband works in Newcastle.
(He) company builds ships.
(They) children go to school in Newcastle.
(I) husband and I want to go to Australia, too.
We want to see Peggy and (she) family next winter.
(We) winter!
Because it is (they) summer.

Answers:

Where are your friends now?
Here is a postcard from my friend Peggy.
She lives in Australia now with her family.
Her husband works in Newcastle.
His company builds ships.
Their children go to school in Newcastle.
My husband and I want to go to Australia, too.
We want to see Peggy and her family next winter.
Our winter!
Because it is their summer.

Replace the personal pronouns by possessive pronouns.


This book is (you) .
The ball is (I) .
The blue car is (we) .
The ring is (she) .
We met Paul and Jane last night. This house is (they) .
The luggage is (he) .
The pictures are (she) .
In our garden is a bird. The nest is (it) .
This cat is (we) .
This was not my fault. It was (you) .

Answers:

This book is yours.
The ball is mine.
The blue car is ours.
The ring is hers.
We met Paul and Jane last night. This house is theirs.
The luggage is his.
The pictures are hers
In our garden is a bird. The nest is its(When talking about animals in general (not our pets), we usually use 'it' (not 'he' or 'she').
This cat is ours.
This was not my fault. It was yours.

Decide whether you have to use the reflexive pronoun, the reciprocal pronoun (each other) or nothing.


John hurt_________________ when climbing the tree.
Peter and Sue helped_____________ with the homework.
I feel__________________ much better today.
Did she make________________ a cup of tea?
The wild monkey looked at _______________ in the mirror.
Brigit and Billy smiled at _________________.
We're meeting _______________ at the station.
During the meeting, Jane and Mary were talking to ______________.
I don't remember_____________ where we spent our holiday last year.
We need to concentrate ________________.

Answers:

John hurt himself when climbing the tree.
Peter and Sue helped each other(one helped the other)
with the homework.
I feel - much better today.
Did she make herself a cup of tea?
The wild monkey looked at itself in the mirror.
Brigit and Billy smiled at each other(one smiled at the other)
.
We're meeting - at the station.
During the meeting, Jane and Mary were talking to each other.
I don't remember - where we spent our holiday last year.
We need to concentrate -.
Choose the correct relative pronoun (who, which, whose).


This is the bank ______________ was robbed yesterday.
A boy_____________ sister is in my class was in the bank at that time.
The man____________ robbed the bank had two pistols.
He wore a mask____________ made him look like Mickey Mouse.
He came with a friend____________ waited outside in the car.
The woman_____________ gave him the money was young.
The bag ___________ contained the money was yellow.
The people_____________ were in the bank were very frightened.
A man______________ mobile was ringing did not know what to do.
A woman_____________ daughter was crying tried to calm her.
The car _______________ the bank robbers escaped in was orange.
The robber______________ mask was obviously too big didn't drive.
The man______________ drove the car was nervous.
He didn't wait at the traffic lights______________ were red.
A police officer _____________ car was parked at the next corner stopped and arrested them.

Answers:

This is the bank which(Use which because 'bank' is not a person and no information about a possession is given.)
was robbed yesterday.
A boy whose(Use whose when information about a possession is given (the boy's sister))
sister is in my class was in the bank at that time.
The man who(Use who because 'man' is a person and no information about a possession is given.)
robbed the bank had two pistols.
He wore a mask which(Use which because 'mask' is not a person and no information about a possession is given.)
made him look like Mickey Mouse.
He came with a friend who(Use who because 'friend' is a person and no information about a possession is given.)
waited outside in the car.
The woman who(Use who because 'woman' is a person and no information about a possession is given.)
gave him the money was young.
The bag which(Use which because 'bag' is not a person and no information about a possession is given.)
contained the money was yellow.
The people who(Use who because 'people' is used for persons and no information about a possession is given.)
were in the bank were very frightened.
A man whose(Use whose when information about a possession is given (the man's mobile))
mobile was ringing did not know what to do.
A woman whose(Use whose when information about a possession is given (the woman's daughter))
daughter was crying tried to calm her.
The car which(Use which because 'car' is not a person and no information about a possession is given.)
the bank robbers escaped in was orange.
The robber whose(Use whose when information about a possession is given (the robber's mask))
mask was obviously too big didn't drive.
The man who(Use who because 'man' is a person and no information about a possession is given.)
drove the car was nervous.
He didn't wait at the traffic lights which(Use which because 'traffic lights' is not a person and no information about a possession is given.)
were red.
A police officer whose(Use whose when information about a possession is given (the police officer's car))
car was parked at the next corner stopped and arrested them.
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Exercises on the Pronoun
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