Pronouns Worksheet-6

Pronouns Worksheet-6

 

Pick out the personal pronoun in the given sentence:

  1. ______ am sure Sunita will come.

A. She                 B. Me                  C. I                      D. He

 

  1. Sheila and ______ mother are more like friends.

A. Her                 B. She                 C. Hers               D. Mine

 

  1. Hitesh said, “______ friend’s name is Sunil.”

A. I                      B. Mine              C. My                  D. Hers

 

  1. Ram and Shyam are friends. ______ always help each other.

A. Them             B. He                  C. She                 D. They

 

  1. The king ______ gave away the awards.

A. He                  B. Herself          C. Himself         D. Him

 

  1. The boys said, “_______ are going for a picnic tomorrow.”

A. I                      B. We                  C. Us                   D. He

 

  1. Mrs. Shah told me that _______ was learning computer applications.

A. Her                 B. Hers               C. She                 D. We

 

  1. We must learn to do the work _______.

A. Themselves                               B. Ourselves

C. Himself                                      D. Herself

 

  1. Hitesh told _______ mother that Sunil was a nice boy.

A. Hers               B. Him               C. Yours             D. His

 

  1. Sunita _______ saw the accident.

A. Himself         B. Herself          C. Myself           D. Ourselves

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Only ‘I’ is used with ‘am’; hence the pronoun ‘I’ is appropriate.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Sheila’ is a female name; hence the possessive pronoun ‘her’ is appropriate.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Hitesh’ is speaking; hence the possessive pronoun ‘my’ is appropriate.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Ram & Shyam’ show a plural subject; hence the personal subjective pronoun ‘they’ is appropriate. 

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘King’ is a male name; hence the emphatic pronoun ‘himself’ is appropriate. 

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Boys’ is a male plural name; hence the personal subjective pronoun ‘we’ is appropriate.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Mrs. Shah’ is a female name; hence the personal subjective pronoun ‘she’ is appropriate.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘We’ is a plural pronoun; hence the reflexive pronoun ‘ourselves’ is appropriate.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Hitesh’ is a male name; hence the possessive pronoun ‘his’ is appropriate.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Sunita’ is a female name; hence the emphatic pronoun ‘herself’ is appropriate.