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Online Writing Lab - Pronouns, Exercise 1

Pronouns - Exercise 1. Instructions. Identify the pronoun(s) in the sentence by clicking on the red button next to the pronoun(s). This will turn the button ...

English Grammar Book - Pronouns/Exercises - Learn English Online provides English lessons, English grammar exercises, ESL / EFL games and resources to help you learn English today. ...

Pronoun - Antecedent Agreements

Self Teaching Unit:. Pronoun - Antecedent Agreement .... Link to Exercise 2. Sometimes a personal pronoun may be an antecedent. ...

Pronoun Reference

Pronouns stand in for nouns. That's why they're called pro - nouns. When we use them properly, our readers understand what single noun the pronoun stands ...

What are Pronouns Different kinds of pronouns:
demonstrative, indefinite, intensive, interrogative, personal, reciprocal, reflexive, and relative. English personal pronouns by case, person, number, and gender. Pronouns and Adjectives.

Pronouns (Personal, Possessive, Relative and Reflexive Pronouns)home page

Pronouns are words like I, me (personal pronouns) or my, mine (possessive pronouns).

Personal Pronouns Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns
subject form object form possessive adjective possessive pronoun
I me my mine myself
you you your yours yourself
he him his his himself
she her her hers herself
it it its its itself
we us our ours ourselves
you you your yours yourselves
they them their theirs themselves

Personal Pronouns - Subject Form

example: We have got some books.

Personal Pronouns - Object Form

example: The books are for us.

Possessive Adjectives

example: These are our books.

Possessive Pronouns

example: The books are ours.

Reflexive Pronouns

example: He can carry the bags himself.

Relative Pronouns

example: This is the man who lives next door.

Mixed Exercises

Entended Exercises for College bound students or Undergraduates.

Pronouns: discussions and interactive exercises

Pronouns are words used in place of nouns. For a better understanding of what pronouns are, please surf to the websites listed below. Clicking the blue links will take you to the specific pages where the definitions, classifications or interactive exercises are located, while clicking the website name will take you to the home page.

[1] Pronouns, from Capital Community College Guide to Good Grammar
[2] Pronouns, from Grammar Monster (British English)
[3] Pronouns, from English Daily
[4] Pronouns, from Interlink Language Centers
[5] Pronouns, from The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuations
[6] Pronouns, from Using English
[7] Lesson 7 - Pronouns, from My English Grammar
[8] Index to articles on Pronouns, from Learning English Online (English version)
[9] Pronouns; Relative Pronouns, from The OWL at Purdue

Listed below are links to interactive quizzes and exercises in pronouns from the best ESL and EFL resources on the Internet. Clicking the blue links will take you to the specific pages where the quizzes or exercises are, while clicking the website name will take you to the home page. Take time to browse these excellent websites; they are consistently good and fast loading. Besides the activities and exercises listed below, these sites generously offer, free of charge, a tremendous range of valuable resources for ESL and EFL teachers and students.

In answering the interactive exercises, you should follow carefully the prompts and directions. You should read each sentence or part aloud before clicking the answer you think is right. After the correct answer is displayed, think it over as to why it is the correct answer. (Please take note that the correct answer may depend on whether the exercise comes from an American English or a British English website.) After doing so, read the complete sentence again aloud with the correct answer.

To train yourself to think in English, try to recite the sentences with the correct answers from memory and at your full speaking volume. Or you can ask a friend to read out loud the sentences with the correct answers and you repeat them without looking at the computer screen.

[01] Exercise in pronouns from Activities for ESL Students

Type in the Correct Pronoun (Charles Kelly)
Pronouns (Charles Kelly)
(Vera Mello)
Possessive Pronouns (Letitia Bradley)
Possessive Adjectives (Barbara Lyons Perez)
Object Pronouns (Joan M. Diez)
Reflexive Pronouns
(Timothy Merrill)

[02] Exercises in pronouns from Capital Community College Guide to Good Grammar

[03] Exercises in pronouns from English Grammar 101

Note: Frame based, You can reach the specific topic listed below by clicking "Unit I: Word and Phrase Patterns" on the left hand frame.

Lesson 1-16: Pronoun Identification

[04] Exercises in pronouns from English Language Centre Study Zone

Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives (Introduction & 3 exercises)
Possessive Pronouns (Review) (1 exercise)
Reflexive Pronouns (Introduction & 1 exercise)
Impersonal "It" and "There" (Introduction & 2 exercises)

[05] Exercise in pronouns from English The Easy Way

[06] Exercise in pronouns from Interlink Language Centers

[07] Exercises in pronouns from Grammar Bytes

[08] Exercises in pronouns from Grammar Central (eaonline)

[09] Exercises in pronouns from Grammar Monster (British English)

[10] Exercises in pronouns from Grammar Workout (Empre State College)

[12] Exercises in pronouns from Isabel’s ESL Site

[14] Exercises in pronouns from

[15] Exercise in pronouns from Learn English Feel Good

[18] Exercise in pronouns from 5 Minute English

[19] Exercises in pronouns from My English Grammar

[20] Exercises in pronouns from Online English Grammar (Edunet)

Noun - Pronoun (and Quantifier) Agreement Intermediate - Advanced Flash Q & A
Personal Pronoun Forms Intermediate - Advanced Flash Q & A
Relative Pronouns Intermediate - Advanced Flash Q & A

[21] Exercises in pronouns from Rong-Chang Li

[22] Exercises in pronouns from The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuations

[24] Exercises in pronouns from University of Oregon The Tongue Untied

[25] Exercises in pronouns from Using English

[26] Exercise in pronouns from World-English (British English)

Nouns and Pronouns
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Noun Jeopardy
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