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Here is the list of English pronoun words…

You And IYou    I    HeSheItWeYou PluralTheyWhoEveryoneSomeoneAnyoneNo OneOne

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Pronoun Review Quiz

Choose from among these pronouns to complete each paragraph. You must write the whole paragraph by yourself!

Exercise A.

he he’s him his himself

Jeff goes fishing every weekend. ___(1.)___ likes to go with ____(2.)___ brother. When ___(3.)____ was a boy, ____(4.)____ uncles took him fishing and showed ____(5.)____ everything ___(6.)____ needed to know about the sport. Now ____(7.)____ teaches ____(8.)____ new things about fishing. ___(9.)___ very good at it, and Jeff is proud of ____(10.)____ for that reason.

Exercise B.

she her hers herself

Laurie is a ballerina. ____(1.)____ practices every day. ___(2.)___ sister also dances ballet and sometimes they dance together. Laurie pushes ____(3.)____ to be the best dancer that ____(4.)____ can be. ____(5.)____ practice routine is very difficult, but ____(6.)____ likes it. Laurie doesn’t have ____(7.)____ own car to get to the dance studio, so sometimes __(8.)___ sister lends her ____(9.)____ if Laurie goes to the studio by ____(10.) _____.

Exercise C.

they them their theirs themselves

A very nice family lives in a house across the street. ____(1.)___ bought ____(2.)___ house last year. ___(3.)___ real estate agent showed ____(4.)____ several houses before ____(5.)_____ decided that the house was right for ____(6.)______. The father’s name is David, the mother’s name is Sheila, and ____(7.)___ daughter’s name is Beth. ____(8.)____ are happy to have a house that’s ____(9.)____. Next year they plan to paint it, and they will do the work ____(10.)____.

Exercise D.

I me my mine myself

____(1.)____ want to improve ____(2.)____ English. ____(3.)____ teacher helps ____(4.)_____ in class and ____(5.)____ study every night by ____(6.)____ at home. The teacher’s goal is to teach ____(7.)____ new words and language skills, and _____ (8.)____ goal is to speak English fluently. His goals are similar to ____(9.)_____, but some things I have to figure out for ____(10.)____.

Exercise E.

you you’re your yours yourself

____(1.)____ and I had so much fun together when we were younger. ____(2.)____ lived down the street and we often played in ____(3.)_____ backyard. It was always fun whether we played at my house or ____(4.)____ Do you remember when ____(5.)____ hurt ____(6.)_____ on the swings? We had to bring ____(7.)____ to the hospital because you broke ____(8.)____ leg. ____ (9.)____ one of my oldest friends, and I miss ____(10.)____ very much.

 

Answers to above exercises

Exercise A.

he he’s him his himself

Jeff goes fishing every weekend. He likes to go with his brother. When he was a boy, his uncles took him fishing and showed him everything he needed to know about the sport. Now he teaches himself new things about fishing. He’s very good at it, and Jeff is proud of himself for that reason.

1. He; 2. his; 3. he; 4. his; 5. him; 6. he; 7. he; 8. himself; 9. He’s; 10. himself

 

Exercise B.

she her hers herself

Laurie is a ballerina. She practices every day. Her sister also dances ballet and sometimes they dance together. Laurie pushes herself to be the best dancer that she can be. Her practice routine is very difficult, but she likes it. Laurie doesn’t have her own car to get to the dance studio, so sometimes her sister lends her hers if Laurie goes to the studio by herself.

1. She; 2. Her; 3. herself; 4. she; 5. Her; 6. she; 7. her; 8. her; 9. hers; 10. herself

 

Exercise C.

they them their theirs themselves

A very nice family lives in a house across the street. They bought their house last year. Their real estate agent showed them several houses before they decided that the house was right for them. The father’s name is David, the mother’s name is Sheila, and their daughter’s name is Beth. They are happy to have a house that’s theirs. Next year they plan to paint it, and they will do the work themselves.

1. They; 2. their; 3. Their; 4. them; 5. they; 6. them; 7. their; 8. They; 9. theirs; 10. themselves

 

Exercise D.

I me my mine myself

I want to improve my English. My teacher helps me in class and I study every night by myself at home. The teacher’s goal is to teach me new words and language skills, and my goal is to speak English fluently. His goals are similar to mine, but some things I have to figure out for myself.

1. I; 2. my; 3. My; 4. me; 5. I; 6. myself; 7. me; 8. my; 9. mine; 10. myself

 

Exercise E.

you you’re your yours yourself

You and I had so much fun together when we were younger. You lived down the street and we often played in your backyard. It was always fun whether we played at my house or yours Do you remember when you hurt yourself on the swings? We had to bring you to the hospital because you broke your leg.You’re one of my oldest friends, and I miss you very much.

1. You; 2. You; 3. your; 4. yours; 5. you’ 6. yourself; 7. you; 8. your; 9. You’re; 10. you