October 2, 2014

Pronoun Practice Exercise Answers

1. Those are Tom’s.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

2. They didn’t give themselves a chance to think before beginning the competition.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

3. The dog that bit her brother belongs to the man down the road.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

4. Do you know when the movie starts?
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

5. They think hers is the most interesting submission.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

6. The audience sat transfixed as the woman who had just won the award fell down the stairs.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

7. Someone will need to finish doing the lunch dishes before Don fixes dinner.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

8. Have you been there before?
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

9. The studio plans to give them each a fruit basket.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

10. Ted will choose where they going because either of the options works for Alicia.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

11. As hard as Margaret tries, most of her meal still ends up on her bib.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

12. Who will be leading the graduation procession this year?
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

13. Clayton yelled to his sister, “Give me that!”
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

14. Before leaving the theater, Benjamin asked himself, “Why did I waste money on this movie?”
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

15. The Sears Tower, which is no longer the tallest building in the world, is still quite impressive.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

16. Would you slow down on that gallon of ice cream and leave the rest of us some?
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

17. The team is going the restaurant that is closest to the stadium.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

18. Sarah wears high heels to work every day, but she doesn’t like them.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

19. The whole thing makes a person wonder who would be foolish enough to jump from a cliff.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

20. You may want to eat sea cucumber, but Robin does not like it.
a. personal pronoun      b. relative pronoun      c. indefinite pronoun     d. interrogative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun    f. demonstrative pronoun

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