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Can you choose the correct Personal Pronoun?

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What's a personal pronoun?

In English, personal pronouns are used instead of nouns for 'people' and 'things'.

They are used so that we don't repeat the same words over and over again. Let's look at an example using the noun picture:

What do you do? Jobs vocabulary!

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When someone asks you "What do you do?" they mean "What is your job"?

Let's take a look at a few jobs! Do you know what these people do?

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What's the difference between I and Me?

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Both I and me are personal pronouns.

I is a subject prounoun and it's used for the subject of the sentence. He, she, we, it, they and you are also subject pronouns.

"Hugo and I work in the same office"  - 'Hugo and I' are the subject.

In the news: 13-year-old father

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Antonyms: what's the opposite?

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Here we take a look at antonyms. An antonym is basically the opposite word of another. For example the antonym of big is small, or the antonym of tall is short. Check out the following ten words and choose the correct antonym:

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How to learn new words!

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Ask it right - Auxiliary Verbs in questions

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Read through the following questions; each one is missing an auxiliary verb. Choose the correct verb for each question.

Auxiliary verbs (also known as 'helping verbs') include be, do and have. They are used along with the main verb in a sentence to make questions, negative statements, passives and tenses.

Can you choose the correct word form?

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You probably know lot's of English words, and that each word can have different forms depending on the sentence structure. Put your understanding of English language grammar to the test with this exercise! Read through the ten sentences and choose the correct form for each missing word.

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In the news: Australian Bushfires

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Read the following article on the recent bushfires in Australia and then mtach the key-words to their meanings: