Pronouns Worksheet-2

Pronouns Worksheet-2

 

  1. Pick out the demonstrative pronoun in the given sentence:

This is my friend. She is coming to our house.

A. This                B. My                  C. She                 D. Our

 

  1. Pick out the Interrogative pronoun in the given sentence:

What do you know about this?

A. This                B. You                 C. About             D. What

 

  1. Pick out the demonstrative pronoun in the given sentence:

What do you know about this?

A. What              B. You                 C. About             D. This

 

  1. Pick out the personal pronoun in the given sentence:

What do you know about this?

A. What              B. This                C. You                 D. About

 

  1. Pick out the possessive pronoun in the given sentence:

This is my bag. Where is yours?

A. This                B. My                  C. Where           D. Yours

 

  1. Pick out the emphatic pronoun in the given sentence:

We ourselves must learn to respect elders.

A. We                  B. Ourselves      C. Elders            D. Must

 

  1. Pick out the possessive pronoun in the given sentence:

This dog of his is quite ferocious, isn’t it?

A. This                B. It                     C. His                 D. Dog

 

  1. Pick out the reflexive pronoun in the given sentence:

That man can only blame himself for this trouble.

A. That               B. This                C. Himself         D. Trouble

 

  1. Pick out the demonstrative pronoun in the given sentence:

This is the man who is responsible for everything.

A. This                B. The                 C. Man               D. Who

 

  1. Pick out the personal pronoun in the given sentence:

Will you give Sunil this number of mine?

A. Sunil              B. This                C. Mine              D. You

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: ‘This’ (not followed by a noun) 'points out to' friend; hence it is a demonstrative pronoun.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘What’(not followed by a noun) 'asks a question'; hence it is an Interrogative pronoun.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘This’ (not followed by a noun) 'points out to' something; hence it is a demonstrative pronoun.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘You’ is used for the second person; hence it is a personal pronoun.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Yours’ 'shows possession' (not followed by a noun); hence it is a possessive pronoun.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Ourselves’ comes immediately after ‘we’; hence it is an emphatic pronoun. 

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘His’ 'shows possession'; hence it is a possessive pronoun.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Himself’ does not come immediately after ‘man’; hence it is a reflexive pronoun.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘This’ 'points out to' man; hence it is a demonstrative pronoun.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘You’ is used for the second person; hence it is a personal pronoun.