The Pronoun

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  • Q1

    Rewrite the sentences by replacing the underlined words with personal pronouns.

    (i) Miranda lives in the USA.

    (ii) Mother and Father have gone to visit my uncle.

    (iii) My friends and I shall be partying tonight.

    (iv) Daniel and Joshua have gone to play basketball.

    (v) Victoria is not my sister’s friend.

    (vi) Did Paul study archaeology?

    (vii) Joe will be making Schezwan noodles tomorrow.

    (viii) Rebecca looks younger than her daughter.

    (ix) Michelle has just arrived from Germany.

    (x) Aristotle was a man of remarkable intelligence.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    (i) She lives in the USA.

    (ii) They have gone to visit my uncle.

    (iii) We shall be partying tonight.

    (iv) They have gone to play basketball.

    (v) She is not my sister’s friend.

    (vi) Did he study archaeology?

    (vii) He will be making Schezwan noodles tomorrow.

    (viii) She looks younger than her daughter.

    (ix) She has just arrived from Germany.

    (x) He was a man of remarkable intelligence.

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  • Q2

    Add reciprocal pronouns to the following sentences.

    (i) My mother loves me. I love my mother.

    (ii) Mark hates Lucas. Lucas hates Mark.

    (iii) Those men were fighting and blaming.

    (iv) My sister and I were playing.

    (v) The neighbours helped in times of distress.

    (vi) Christmas is a festival of peace and teaches us to love.

    (vii) James and Lily spent some time talking.

    (viii) Music and dance work in tandem.

    (ix) My brother and his friends are engaged in an intellectual conversation.

    (x) The kids spent the afternoon sharing food.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    (i) My mother and I love each other.

    (ii) Mark and Lucas hate each other.

    (iii) Those men were fighting and blaming one another.

    (iv) My sister and I were playing with each other.

    (v) The neighbours helped one another in times of distress.

    (vi) Christmas is a festival of peace and teaches us to love each other.

    (vii) James and Lily spent some time talking to each other.

    (viii) Music and dance work in tandem with each other.

    (ix) My brother and his friends are engaged in an intellectual conversation with one another.

    (x) The kids spent the afternoon sharing food with one another.

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  • Q3

    Match the following distributive pronouns to make correct sentences.

    Each

    of them likes to play football.

    Either

    of the two can win the competition.

    Neither

    of the drinks can be served.

    None

    of the rooms have been organised.

    Any

    of the two can help me in my work.

    Neither

    of the girls is wearing a white dress.

    Each

    of you can go to the library.

    None

    of his guests have arrived yet.

    Either

    of you will be asked to enact the play.

    Any

    of the dresses look good on me.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Each

    of the girls is wearing a white dress.

    Either

    of the two can help me in my work.

    Neither

    of the dresses look good on me.

    None

    of his guests have arrived yet.

    Any

    of you can go to the library.

    Neither

    of them likes to play football.

    Each

    of you will be asked to enact the play.

    None

    of the rooms have been organised.

    Either

    of the two can win the competition.

    Any

    of the drinks can be served.

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  • Q4

    Fill in the blanks using indefinite pronouns from the box below.

    everybody, more, everybody, enough, no body, no one, few, everyone, many, nothing

    (i) _______ in the family loves ice- cream.

    (ii) _______ likes to live alone.

    (iii) It was a pleasant evening. ______ was enjoying the sunset sky.

    (iv) It was getting late and yet _____ was ready for the party.

    (v) He tried hard to break the ice but _______happened.

    (vi) Samuel asked Jonathan if he would like to eat a banana, but the latter replied that he would eat ________.

    (vii) I’ve had _______ coffee. I don’t want _____.

    (viii) Rose knows ______ who can dance well.

    (ix) _____ can understand the importance of happiness.

    (x) Good health is not enjoyed by _________.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    (i) Everybody in the family loves ice- cream.

    (ii) Nobody likes to live alone.

    (iii) It was a pleasant evening. Everyone was enjoying the sunset sky.

    (iv) It was getting late and yet no one was ready for the party.

    (v) He tried hard to break the ice but nothing happened.

    (vi) Samuel asked Jonathan if he would like to eat a banana, but the latter replied that he would eat anything.

    (vii) I’ve had enough coffee. I don’t want more.

    (viii) Rose knows many who can dance well.

    (ix) Few can understand the importance of happiness.

    (x) Good health is not enjoyed by everybody.

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  • Q5

    Underline the demonstrative pronouns in the following sentences.

    (i) This is my bracelet.

    (ii) This is Priscilla’s ring. It is too small for your hand.

    (iii) That house is beautiful. It has a spacious balcony.

    (iv) Those flowers look lovely.

    (v) Do you like this?

    (vi) These are my father’s books. He keeps them in the library.

    (vii) This is my headphone.

    (viii) That is my necklace.

    (ix) This is quite a sturdy bag, but it is too small.

    (x) That was the book which got stolen.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    (i) This is my bracelet.

    (ii) This is Priscilla’s ring. It is too small for your hand.

    (iii) That house is beautiful. It has a spacious balcony.

    (iv) Those flowers look lovely.

    (v) Do you like this?

    (vi) These are my father’s books. He keeps them in the library.

    (vii) This is my headphone.

    (viii) That is my necklace.

    (ix) This is quite a sturdy bag, but it is too small.

    (x) That was the book which got stolen.

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