Demonstrative and interrogative pronouns exercise

April 2, 2014pdf

Complete the following sentences using a demonstrative or interrogative pronoun.

1. …………………… is that boy sitting next to Peter?

2. …………………… was a horrible experience.

3. …………………… are our children.

4. …………………… is the road that leads to the railway station?

5. …………………… told you this story?

6. ……………………. do you mean?

7. …………………….. shall we invite to preside over the function?

8. …………………… is your phone?

9. Are the people living in a village happier than …………….. living in a town ?

10. ………………… is your father?

11. ……………………. is the house that belongs to my grandfather.

12. ……………………… shall we contact?

13. …………………. can answer this question?

14. ……………….. bag is this?

Answers

1. Who is that boy sitting next to Peter?

2. That was a horrible experience.

3. These are our children.

4. Which is the road that leads to the railway station?

5. Who told you this story?

6. What do you mean?

7. Whom shall we invite to preside over the function?

8. Where is your phone?

9. Are the people living in a village happier than those living in a town?

10. Who is your father?

11. This is the house that belongs to my grandfather.

12. Whom shall we contact?

13. Who can answer this question?

14. Whose bag is this?

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