Pronouns Worksheet-11

Pronouns Worksheet-11

 

Fill in the blank with the correct pronoun:

  1. Sunita is a girl. ____ is ten years old.

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

 

  1. Ravi is a good boy. ____ studies hard.

A. He                  B. Him               C. She                 D. It

 

  1. That dog is very fierce. _____ never wags ___ tail.

A. Its – it            B. She – its        C. Its – its          D. It – its

 

  1. My friends have come. ____ want to play a game.

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

 

  1. This clock is slow. Let us sell ____.

A. Her                 B. Him               C. It                     D. Its

 

  1. Ravi is coming here. I have called ____ to study.

A. He                  B. Him               C. It                     D. Her

 

  1. Anita is very tall. Tell ____ to get the tin from the top shelf.

A. She                 B. Him               C. Her                 D. It

 

  1. This apple is very tasty. You should eat ____.

A. Him               B. Her                 C. He                  D. It

 

  1. I found this pen, so it is _____ now.

A. Yours             B. Hers               C. Mine              D. Its

 

  1. This dress belongs to Sunita. It is ______.

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

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Sunita is a feminine noun and so the feminine personal pronoun must be used.

  1. A

Explanation: Ravi is a masculine noun and so the masculine personal pronoun must be used.

  1. D

Explanation: The dog is a common noun and so the personal pronoun ‘it’ must be used followed by the possessive form ‘its.’

  1. C

Explanation: Friends is plural noun and so the personal pronoun ‘they’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: The ‘clock’ is a common noun and so the personal pronoun ‘it’ must be used.

  1. B

Explanation: Ravi is a masculine noun and so the personal pronoun ‘him’ must be used.

  1. C

Explanation: Anita is a feminine noun and so the personal pronoun ‘her’ must be used.

  1. D

Explanation: Apple is a common noun and so the personal pronoun ‘it’ must be used.

  1. C

Explanation: The first pronoun is ‘I’ and so the corresponding possessive pronoun ‘mine’ must be used.

  1. B

Explanation: The noun ‘Sunita’ is feminine and so the possessive pronoun ‘hers’ must be used.