Types of Pronouns Worksheet-5

Types of Pronouns Worksheet-5

 

Recognise the underlined pronoun:

  1. These were the ruins of Antilles!

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. Oh! Lord in Heaven! Give us this day our daily bread!

(A) Possessive pronoun                  (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun                      (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. He is taller than I.

(A) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

(B) Personal pronoun – personal pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun – personal pronoun

(D) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

 

  1. These new dresses are ours, aren’t they?

(A) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

(B) Demonstrative pronoun – possessive pronoun

(C) Possessive pronoun – personal pronoun

(D) Personal pronoun – demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. The Earth is round. It revolves round the Sun.

(A) Demonstrative pronoun           (B) Personal pronoun

(C) Possessive pronoun                   (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Whose are those boxes of chocolates?

(A) Interrogative pronoun              (B) Demonstrative pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun                      (D) Possessive pronoun

 

  1. Who is this boy? He is Harish.

(A) Personal pronoun – possessive pronoun

(B) Interrogative pronoun – personal pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun – demonstrative pronoun

(D) Personal pronoun – Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. God is great! He always helps his people.

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Interrogative pronoun              (D) Demonstrative pronoun

 

  1. What lofty mountains those are!

(A) Personal pronoun                      (B) Possessive pronoun

(C) Demonstrative pronoun           (D) Interrogative pronoun

 

  1. Which is the tallest building of the world?

(A) Demonstrative pronoun           (B) Interrogative pronoun

(C) Personal pronoun                      (D) Possessive pronoun

 

Answer Key:

  1. (D)

Exp:  ‘These’ points to the ruins and so it is a demonstrative pronoun.

  1. (C)

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

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘He’ is used for third person and ‘I’ is used for first person so they are personal pronouns.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘Ours’ shows ownership and ‘they’ is used for third person and so they are possessive pronoun and personal pronoun.

  1. (B)

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

  1. (A)

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

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘Who’ asks a question and ‘he’ is used for the third person and so they are Interrogative pronoun and personal pronoun.

  1. (A)

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

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘Those’ points to mountains and so it is a demonstrative pronoun.

  1. (B)

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