Pronouns: Writing Skills Success Practice Exercises
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Practice Exercise: Pronouns and Antecedents
Circle the correct pronoun in each of the following sentences. The answers to each set of questions can be found at the end of the exercises.
- No one in (his, their) right mind would turn down that amazing job offer.
- Anyone who wants to become a member should pay (her, their) dues by the last day of the month.
- Nathan or Andrew will volunteer (his, their) time this Sunday afternoon at the hospital.
- Tell someone in the human resources department about your situation, and (she, they) will speak to your supervisor.
- If you order peanut butter and jelly instead, (it, they) will cost less.
- Neither Lily nor Emily will volunteer (herself, themselves) to work late this evening.
- Everyone can decide whether (he or she, they) wants to attend the seminar or not.
- I know someone who calls (her, their) great-grandmother Mama.
- When you want to impress a client, remember to send (him, them) a personalized thank-you note.
Practice Exercise: Pronoun Case
Circle the correct pronouns in the following sentences. Answers are at the end of the exercises.
- (Them, They) and (I, me) made an effort to try to agree on the terms.
- Benny and (he, him) went to the movies with Bonnie and (I, me).
- Neither my cousins nor my uncle knows what (he, they) will do tomorrow.
- Why must it always be (I, me) who cleans up the lounge?
- The pilot let (he, him) and (I, me) look at the instrument panel.
- Lauren and (her, she) went to our friend Kim's house to visit with (them, they).
- My friend and (I, me) both want to move to another location.
- he or she
- They, I
- he, me
- him, me
- she, them
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