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I hate Pronouns

pronoun practice

QuestionAnswer
Commonly Used Subject Pronouns I,we,you,he,she,it,they
Commonly Used Object Pronouns me,us,you,him,her,it,them
Correct the error: Cynthia and me played two games of tennis yesterday afternoon. Cynthia and (I) played two games of tennis yesterday afternoon. Subject Pronouns
Correct the error: Cecil and them are meeting us over at the new ice-skating rink. Cecil and (they) are meeting us over at the new ice-skating rink. Subject Pronouns
Correct the error: I heard that Wally and her had made the highest grade in class. I heard that Wally and (she) had made the highest grade in class. Subject Pronouns
Correct the error: Him and me have been friends since grade school. (He and I) have been friends since grade school. Subject Pronouns
Correct the error: Do you think you and me could study our grammar together tomorrow? Do you think you and (I) could study our grammar together tomorrow? Subject Pronouns
Correct the error: The keynote speaker will be her. The keynote speaker will be (she). Subject Pronouns
Choose correct pronoun: I would have spoken to Randy,but I wasn't sure that it was (he,him). I would have spoken to Randy,but I wasn't sure that it was ( he ). Subject Pronouns
Choose correct pronoun: If you need to speak to the manager,that is (she,her) at the desk by the window. If you need to speak to the manager,that is ( she ) at the desk by the window. Subject Pronouns
Choose correct pronoun: You said you were looking for your gloves.Are these (they,them)? You said you were looking for your gloves.Are these ( they )? Subject Pronouns
Choose correct pronoun: "Who is it?" said Sandra."It is (I,me)," said Ken. "Who is it?" said Sandra."It is (I)," said Ken. Subject Pronouns
Choose correct pronoun: If you are looking for Mr.Smith,that is (he,him) in the blue jacket. If you are looking for Mr.Smith,that is ( he ) in the blue jacket. Subject Pronouns
Correct: Him and his brother went hunting this morning. ( He )and his brother went hunting this morning. Subject Pronouns
Object pronouns are... objects of verbs and prepositions.
Subject pronouns are... used as subjects or subject complements.
Just between you and ( I,me ),I heard that Alan has found a new job in Phoenix. Just between you and ( me ),I heard that Alan has found a new job in Phoenix. Object pronouns with between
The argument was between Leo and (she,her);I tried to stay out of it. The argument was between Leo and (her);I tried to stay out of it. Object pronouns with between
Renata told Sandra and (I,me) where to recycle our glass bottles and aluminum cans. Renata told Sandra and ( me ) where to recycle our glass bottles and aluminum cans.
When we went to see the performance at the Grand Opera House,Fran sat between Gerard and (I,me). When we went to see the performance at the Grand Opera House,Fran sat between Gerard and ( me ).
Anna gave Clay and (she,her) an extra pair of tickets to Tuesday's performance of Big River. Anna gave Clay and (her) an extra pair of tickets to Tuesday's performance of Big River.
Someone told (he and I,him and me) that the wildlife park was worth visiting. Someone told (him and me) that the wildlife park was worth visiting.
It is a small apartment,but it is perfect for Connie and (he,him). It is a small apartment,but it is perfect for Connie and ( him ).
The prize money was divided between Sarah and (he,him). The prize money was divided between Sarah and ( him ).
Mrs.Carlson and (he,him) will meet with you before next month. Mrs.Carlson and ( he ) will meet with you before next month.
If you are going out for lunch,come along with Darren and (I,me). If you are going out for lunch,come along with Darren and ( I ).
That is the woman that Sammy introduced me to last week-at least I think it was (she,her). That is the woman that Sammy introduced me to last week-at least I think it was (she).
Since none of the hotels took pets,Brianna wondered where Bongo and (she,her) would stay that night. Since none of the hotels took pets,Brianna wondered where Bongo and ( she ) would stay that night.
Since Mom worries so much,the first thing we should do when we arrive is make a phone call to Dad and (she,her). Since Mom worries so much,the first thing we should do when we arrive is make a phone call to Dad and ( her ).
The senator complained that the media's attitude toward (he,him) and his fellow members of Congress had changed over the years. The senator complained that the media's attitude toward ( him ) and his fellow members of Congress had changed over the years.
Sabrina,a college sophomore,said that (she,her) and her friends were not as likely to be drug users as people of her parents' generation. Sabrina,a college sophomore,said that ( she ) and her friends were not as likely to be drug users as people of her parents' generation.
Aunt Harriet said that if I needed a place to stay,Uncle Edger and (she,her)would be glad to put me up for a few days. Aunt Harriet said that if I needed a place to stay,Uncle Edger and ( she )would be glad to put me up for a few days.
Sarita went to the post office,but (they,it) was already closed. Sarita went to the post office,but (it) was already closed. pronoun agreement
Rick ate the cookies even though he knew (it wasn't,they weren't) good for him. Rick ate the cookies even though he knew (they weren't) good for him.
Indefinite Pronouns that are always plural: both , few, many, several
Indefinite Pronouns that are singular or plural,depending on their antecedents: all ,any ,most ,none ,some
Indefinite Pronouns that are always singular: anybody, anyone, anything, each, either, everybody, everyone, everything, neither, nobody, no one, nothing, one, somebody, someone, something
Somebody called you,but (they,he) didn't leave a message. Somebody called you,but ( he ) didn't leave a message.<singular>
Each of the team members has (their,her) own particular strength. Each of the team members has ( her ) own particular strength.<singular>
Many people in the world go to sleep hungry every night.With better management of the world's resources,we could do something about (this). Many people in the world go to sleep hungry every night.With better management of the world's resources,we could do something about ( this problem ). <pronoun problems:this & which>
Created by: dunredviper6 on 2011-06-23



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