February 03, 2016

Pronouns(DAY-29)

Pronouns


Personal Pronouns

The personal pronouns are “me, you, him, her, it, us, you and them.” They come as objects in the sentence.

Exercise - 1
Fill in - me, you, him, her, it, us, you and them.


1. Who is that woman? Why are you looking at ................... ?

2. Do you know that man? Yes, I work with ................... .

3. I am talking to you. Please listen to ................... .

4. These photos are nice. Do you want to look at ...................?

5. I like that camera. I am going to buy ....................

6. I don't know Peter's girl friend. Do you know ...................?

7. Where are the tickets? I can't find ....................

8. We are going to the disco. Can you come with ................... ?

9. I don't like dogs. I'm afraid of ....................

10. Where is she? I want to talk to ....................

11. Those apples are bad. Don't eat ...................!

12. I don't know this girl. Do you know ...................?

13. Alan never drinks milk. He doesn't like ....................

14. Where are the children? Have you seen ...................?

15. I can't find my pencil. Can you give one to ...................?


Possessive Pronouns



The possessive pronouns are “my, her, your, his, its, their.” They come as objects in the sentence.

Exercise - 1
Fill in - his, her, their, your, my, our, its.



1. What’s the boy’s name?  ................... name is Narendra.

2. Suresh has got a dog.  ...................dog is very lively.

3. The dog is very lively.  ...................name is Dolly.

4. We are at school.  ...................school is very nice.

5. I have got a new laptop.  ................... laptop is white.

6. I'm from Mumbai. Most of  ................... friends are from Mumbai, too.

7. The Varmas have got a restaurant.  ................... restaurant is great.

8. The rabbit is white.  ................... cage is in the garden.

9. You are not English.  ................... name is not an English name.

10. Sandhya and Jansi are friends.  ................... school is in Delhi.

11. The Sharmas have got a new car.  ................... car is blue.

12. Lalitha has got a brother.  ................... name is Shankar.

13. Roja has got a sister.  ................... name is Usha.

14. Yes, we have got a dog.  ................... dog is very old.

15. Mr.Subhash has got a tortoise.  ................... name is Trundle.

Reflexive Pronouns




The reflexive pronouns are “myself, herself, yourself, himself, itself, themselves.” They come when we have to say that a certain subject by itself did some action.

Exercise - 1
Fill in - his, her, their, your, my, our, its.


1. Tom cut  ...................  while he was shaving this morning.

2. We really enjoyed ...................  very much.

3. I repaired my bike ...................

4. Why don’t you clean the windows ................... ?

5. Jack and I met ...................  at the party five years ago.

6. At Christmas friends often give ...................  presents.

7. They looked at ................... .

8. The film ...................  wasn’t very good but I liked the music.

9. The old woman sat at the park bench talking to ................... .

10.Let’s paint the house ................... .

11.Did you write it ................... ?

12.She locked the door ................... .

13.The children cleaned their room ................... .

14.Ann backed the cake ................... .

15.The cat caught the mouse ................... .