Supply the correct pronoun:
A. Your B. You C. Yours D. Your’s
A. Her B. Hers C. His D. She’s
A. She B. He C. Them D. I
A. She B. It C. He D. They
A. It B. Her C. Them D. They
A. Mine, us B. We, I C. I, they D. My, we
A. Them B. He C. They D. She
A. He B. She C. It D. I
A. There’s B. Theirs C. Their D. Them’s
A. Mine B. I C. Us D. We
Explanation: ‘Amit’ is being spoken to; hence the second person possessive pronoun ‘yours’ is used.
Explanation: ‘Mina’ is a female name; hence the feminine possessive pronoun ‘hers’ is used.
Explanation: ‘Me’ is a first person pronoun; hence the personal pronoun ‘I’ is used.
Explanation: ‘Red Fort’ is a name of neuter gender; hence the neutral pronoun ‘it’ is used.
Explanation: ‘Rivers’ is a plural common noun; hence the plural pronoun ‘them’ is used.
Explanation: ‘My’ friends because the first person pronoun ‘I’ is used. My friends + 1 = we.
Explanation: ‘Hitesh and Anil’ = plural; hence the plural pronoun ‘they’ is used.
Explanation: Only ‘I’ is used with ‘am.’
Explanation: The plural possessive pronoun is ‘theirs.’
Explanation: ‘We’ = plural and so the plural object pronoun ‘us’ is used.