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Grammar Practice Exercises 3

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Updated on Sep 28, 2011

Grammar Practice Exercises

For grammar agreement concept help, review the following study guide:

Grammar Study Guide

Practice Set 1

Fill in the blank with the correct pronoun.

  1. That fine circus elephant now belongs to my sister and _____.
    1. I
    2. me
    3. mine
    4. myself
  2. The person _____ made these delicious candied figs has my vote.
    1. that
    2. whom
    3. who
    4. whose
  3. The flowers have all lost _____ petals.
    1. its
    2. their
    3. there
    4. it's
  4. George and Michael left _____ backpacks at school.
    1. his
    2. their
    3. there
    4. its
  5. How much does _____ hat cost?
    1. which
    2. those
    3. that
    4. them
  6. We arranged the flowers and placed _____ in the center of the table.
    1. it
    2. this
    3. them
    4. that
  7. _____ met more than ten years ago at a mutual friend's birthday party.
    1. Her and I
    2. Her and me
    3. She and me
    4. She and I
  8. My parents approved of _____ taking guitar lessons.
    1. my
    2. me
    3. I
    4. mine

Practice Set 2

Replace the underlined words with the phrase that best completes the sentence. Choose choice a if the sentence is correct as is.

  1. It was either Kendra or Zoë who brought their volleyball to the picnic.
    1. brought their
    2. brought her
    3. brought their
    4. brang their
    5. brang her
  2. Whose car will you take when you drive to their house?
    1. Whose car will you take when you drive to their
    2. Whose car will you take when you drive to there
    3. Who's car will you take when you drive to their
    4. Who's car will take when you drive to there
    5. Which car will you take when you drive to there
  3. A person who studies hard will reach their goals.
    1. will reach their goals
    2. will reach their goal
    3. will reach his or her goals
    4. reached their goal
    5. had reached their goal
  4. Two angles with the same degree measurement is said to be congruent.
    1. Two angles with the same degree measurement is said to be congruent.
    2. With two angles of the same degree measurement, they are said to be congruent.
    3. When two angles have the same degree measurement, they are said to be congruent.
    4. They are congruent when the two angles are said to have the same degree measurement.
    5. Two angles with the same degree measurement are said to be congruent.
  5. The friendship between Andre and Robert began when he and his family moved to Ohio.
    1. The friendship between Andre and Robert began when he and his
    2. Andre and Robert's friendship began when he and his
    3. The friendship among the two boys began when he and his
    4. The friendship between Andre and Robert began when Robert and his
    5. Andre and Robert's friendship began when their
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