Personal pronouns exercise

June 20, 2011pdf

Fill in the blanks with appropriate personal pronouns. Choose your answers from the options given in the brackets.

1. ……………………… need help. (I / he / she)

2. It’s …………………………. that needs help. (me / you / they)

3. John has broken his leg. …………………………. will be in hospital for a few days. (he / she / they)

4. Tell Jane I miss ………………………. (she / they / her)

5. Jane and Alice are friends. ………………………. like each other very much. (they / them / she)

6. ‘Who’s that over there?’ ‘…………………… is Peter Cook.’ (it / he / she)

7. ‘Hello. ……………………… is Alan Williams. (he / I / it)

8. Mary is learning music. ………………………… has a golden voice. (she / he / it)

9. On Mary’s birthday, Alice gave ……………………. a watch. (she / her / it)

10. Harry is a brilliant student. …………………………. has won many prizes. (it / he / him)

Answers

1. I need help.

2. It’s me that needs help.

3. John has broken his leg. He will be in hospital for a few days.

4. Tell Jane I miss her.

5. Jane and Alice are friends. They like each other very much.

6. ‘Who’s that over there?’ ‘It is Peter Cook.’

7. ‘Hello. It is Alan Williams.’

8. Mary is learning music. She has a golden voice.

9. On Mary’s birthday, Alice gave her a watch.

10. Harry is a brilliant student. He has won many prizes.

Grammar notes

Pronouns that are used as subjects of verbs are: I, he, she, we, they and you.

Pronouns that are used as objects of verbs or prepositions are: me, him, her, us, them and you. Note that you does not change.

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