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PRONOUNS
Underline the pronoun in each sentence. On the blank line, write whether it is a subject pronoun or an
object pronoun.
1. I asked Roberto for help. _____________
2. He and Dan are working backstage. _____________
3. They volunteered for the Stage Club. _____________
4. The director handed us a script. _____________
5. Mrs. Ross gave voice lessons to them. _____________
6. You should study these lines. _____________
7. Mrs. Ross will help you practice your part. _____________
Underline the personal pronoun in each sentence.
8. The students asked if they could put on a play.
9. The principal said she wanted a good performance.
10. Mrs. Ross chose a play and said it was a comedy.
11. Joanna said that she wanted a leading role.
12. Roberto said that he would work backstage.
13. Mrs. Ross looked at Roberto and thanked him.
14. Roberto, you will have to stay after school.
15. Roberto replied, I dont mind working late.
Draw one line under each personal pronoun. Label each pronoun as subject or object.
____________16. The students worked hard, and they finished rehearsals.
____________17. Joanna had many lines, but she memorized them.
____________18. She remembered all the lines on opening night.
____________19. The whole school applauded her.
____________20. Joanna ran off the stage and hugged me.
____________21. We were both happy.
____________22. Joanna wrote to Tom to tell him the good news.
Underline the pronoun in each sentence. On the blank line, name its antecedent.
23. Emily called Bill and then wrote him a letter. ________________
24. The student wrote a report and enclosed it. _________________
25. Emily wrote to Dad and told him of the report. __________________
26. Dad likes Emilys reports and always reads them aloud. __________________
27. Emily went to the library, and she looked up Alexander Graham Bell.________________
Underline the pronoun in each sentence. On the blank line, name its antecedent.
28. The students asked the librarian to help them.__________________
29. The librarian said, Please come to me for any book. _________________
30. The librarian was helpful, and Emily said, Thanks, you have really helped.________________
31. Emily admired Bell and wrote about him. _________________
32. Bell taught deaf pupils because they wanted to learn to speak. ________________
33. Bell used Visible Speech because it helped the deaf. ___________________
34. Watson and Bell worked together. They carried out experiments on electricity. _________________
35. Watson spoke into the telephone. It carried the sound to Bell. _____________________
36. Bell had invented the telephone. People congratulated him. ___________________
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Using Pronouns Correctly: Underline the correct pronoun for each sentence below.
37. (He, Him) wrote a letter to his friend.
38. Todd also wrote to (she, her).
39. (She, Her) met Todd at camp.
40. Her counselor at camp was (he, him).
41. Todd and (they, them) are friends.
Encircle the pronoun in the parentheses that could replace the underlined word or words.
42. Todd met Amy and Kate at Camp Dune. (they, them)
43. Todd, Amy, and Kate liked each other. (They, Them)
44. Kate planned some bike trips. (She, Her)
45. Kate wrote Todd a note. (he, him)
46. Amy and I will see you on Sunday morning. (We, Us)
47. Todd answered Amy and Kate. (they, them)
48. Look for Rob and me at the lake. (we, us)
Pronouns in Compound - Subjects and Objects: Underline the correct pronoun for each sentence.
49. My friends and (I, me) have pen pals.
50. My pen pal John and (I, me) have never met.
51. (He, Him) and his parents live in Cebu.
52. John writes to Anna and (I, me).
53. He tells our friends and (we, us) about his life.
54. In return, we tell (he, him) and his friends about life here in the Manila.
Underline the correct word in parentheses to complete each sentence.
55. Ms. Bautista told my friends and (I, me) about pen pals.
56. (She, Her) and Mr. De Castro talked about letter writing.
57. (Abraham and I, I and Abraham) want to write good letters.
58. (Her, She) and I make lists of ideas to include.
59. Will my ideas interest Johns friends and (he, him)?
60. Ms. Bautista encouraged my classmates and (we, us).
Possessive Pronouns: Encircle the pronoun that correctly completes each sentence.
61. Mary discussed (her, hers) subject with Jane.
62. Janes topic is smoke signals, but (her, hers) is not.
63. Your topic is easy, but (my, mine) is difficult.
64. (Their, Theyre) topic is the telegraph.
65. (Her, Hers) teacher wants oral, not written, reports.
66. (Her, Hers) was a long letter.
67. (Hes, His) response came quickly.
68. (Your, Youre) topic sounds interesting, he replied.
69. Perhaps (our, ours) neighborhood library can help.
70. (Its, Its) collection on history is excellent.
Indefinite Pronouns:Underline the indefinite pronoun and circle the word in parentheses that agrees with it.
76. Someone (has, have) left the tent flap open.
77. Everybody (is, are) freezing in here.
78. Few (has, have) warm enough clothing.
79. Everything outside (is, are) covered with snow.
80. All (was, were) addressed , Dearest Nicole.

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