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Pronouns for Elementary Level Students

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In English grammar, a pronoun is a word that is used instead of the noun.

A basic example is "Sarah is tall". In this sentence, Sarah is a noun. Because we know that Sarah is a girl, we can use the pronoun she and keep the same meaning - "She is tall".

Easy, right? Well then, take a look at the following ten sentences and choose the correct pronoun.

Link: How to use Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns

  • 1 - Who can tell ___ the correct answer.





  • 2 - ___ house is near hers.





  • 3 - Where is the bank? I think ___ is on Turner Street.





  • 4 - James went to the game with Susan and ___.



  • 5 - David asked ___ to marry him.



  • 6 - Steve and ___ are going skiing.



  • 7 - My daughter can get dressed all by ___ now.





  • 8 - ___ stole it will be punished.





  • 9 - The politicians decided to give ___ a pay rise.





  • 10 - She bought it for ___.