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Chpts 18-19 Grammar

Pronoun Case, Agreement, Point of View, Reference (RL)

QuestionAnswer
Choose the correct pronoun: (He and I, Him and me) grew up together. He and I
Choose the correct pronoun: Laura was angry I didn’t speak to her, but I wasn’t sure that it was (she, her). she
Choose the correct pronoun: I am not sure (who, whom) will fill the president’s spot now that she is resigning. who
Choose the correct pronoun: After a long day at work, my partner and (me, I) like to relax in front of a movie. I
Choose the correct pronoun: Our neighbors asked my partner and (me, I) to join them for family game night. me
Choose the correct pronoun: The document was between the office supervisor and (her, she) and wasn’t meant to be displayed for all the employees to read. her
Choose the correct pronoun: Since the argument was between Rachel and (me, I), Donovan decided not to take sides. me
Choose the correct pronoun: If anyone asks who accomplished such amazing work, tell them it was (me, I). I
Choose the correct pronoun: The family for (who, whom) the house was built went into foreclosure after the real estate market took a downturn. whom
Choose the correct pronoun: The little boy could not decide (who, whom) he wanted to sit next to him at dinner. whom
Identify the pronoun error: I went to the store for milk and eggs, but they were out of both. agreement
Identify the pronoun error: I applied for a mortgage, but they said I couldn’t qualify with my income. reference
Identify the pronoun error: Many people violate the speed limit each year; this is unacceptable and should be corrected. reference
Identify the pronoun error: The diamonds on my mother’s ring lost its luster after forty two years of marriage. agreement
Identify the pronoun error: Every person in the kitchen has their own tasks to mind. agreement
Identify the pronoun error: Mr. Jones told his neighbor that his tomato plants were looking especially good this year. reference
Identify the pronoun error: The children visited a farm during their field trip last week; you could tell that they enjoyed the visit because they haven’t stopped talking about it yet. point of view
Identify the pronoun error: Every morning I eat a nutritious breakfast because you never know when you may have to skip lunch point of view
Identify the pronoun error: All the team members really need to work to improve our game. point of view
Identify the pronoun error: Pour the dry concrete mix into a large washtub or bucket before adding the specified amount of water. point of view
Created by: HGTC Eng 100 on 2011-05-12



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