Types of Pronouns Worksheet-2

pronouns worksheet grade 5

Types of Pronouns Worksheet-2

 

Recognise the underlined pronoun:

  1. These toys belong to those children. They are theirs.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. I want an apple. Give it to me.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. John is a nice boy. He lends his things to everyone.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Possessive pronoun                   (D) Demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. What is your name?

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. Sonal is Sunil’s sister. She is very clever.

(A) Demonstrative pronoun           (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun                      (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. That is a lovely rose.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. This purse belongs to me. It is mine.

(A) Possessive pronoun                  (B) Personal pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. The photo frame is costly. I cannot buy it.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Which is your book?

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. Those were lovely pastries.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Possessive pronoun

 

Answer Key

  1. (D)

Exp:  ‘Theirs’ shows ownership and so it is a possessive pronoun.

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘Me’ is used for the first person and so it is a personal pronoun.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘His’ shows ownership and so it is a possessive pronoun.

  1. (B)

Exp:  Since a question has been asked the pronoun is an Interrogative pronoun.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘She’ is used for the third person and so it is a personal pronoun.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘That’ points to the rose, so it is a demonstrative pronoun.

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘Mine’ shows ownership and so it is a possessive pronoun.

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘It’ is used for the third person and so it is a personal pronoun.

  1. (B)

Exp:  Since a question is asked the pronoun is an Interrogative pronoun.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘Those’ points to the pastries so it is a demonstrative pronoun.