Types of Pronouns Worksheet-4

Types of Pronouns Worksheet-4

 

Recognise the underlined pronoun:

  1. He is my friend.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. That book is mine; give it to me

(A) Possessive pronoun – personal pronoun

(B) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun – personal pronoun

(D) Possessive pronoun – demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. This is a good movie.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Possessive pronoun                   (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Which is the next train to Mumbai?

(A) Demonstrative pronoun           (B) Personal pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. How is it that you do not know her?

(A) Possessive pronoun – personal pronoun

(B) Personal pronoun – personal pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

(D) Demonstrative pronoun – personal pronoun

 

  1. What a long river that is!

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. I found these socks. Are they yours, Sunil?

(A) Possessive pronoun – personal pronoun

(B) Demonstrative pronoun – possessive pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun – demonstrative pronoun

(D) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

 

  1. That cat is white. It is very soft too.

(A) Possessive pronoun                  (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun                      (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Go and wash your face. There are black marks on it.

(A) Possessive pronoun                  (B) Personal pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Those ties are his.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Possessive pronoun                   (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

Answer Key:

  1. (A)

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

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘Mine’ shows ownership and ‘me’ is used for the first person and so they are possessive pronoun and personal pronoun.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘This’ points to the movie and so it is a demonstrative pronoun.

  1. (C)

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

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘You’ is used for the second person and ‘her’ is used for the third person hence they are personal pronouns.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘That’ points to the river and so it is a demonstrative pronoun.

  1. (D)

Exp:  ‘They’ is used for the third person and ‘yours’ shows ownership, hence they are personal pronoun and possessive pronoun.

  1. (C)

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

  1. (B)

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

  1. (C)

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