Demonstrative, Indefinte, Distributive and Reciprocal Pronouns

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  • Q1

    One should do _____.

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    Answer:

    one’s duty

    Explanation:

    When the indefinite pronoun 'one' is the subject in a sentence, it must be followed by one’s.

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  • Q2

    None of the boys is doing _____ work.

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    Answer:

    his

    Explanation:

    ‘None’ is followed by a singular pronoun when it is used for one out of a definite group.

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  • Q3

    Diana or Lucy must give me ______ book.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    her

    Explanation:

    When two or more singular nouns are joined by ‘or’ ‘either…or’ or ‘neither… nor, the pronoun used for them must be singular.

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  • Q4

    Every man and every woman was watching _______ show.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    his

    Explanation:

    When 'each' or ‘every’ is used before two or more singular nouns connected by 'and', the pronoun used for them must be singular 'his'.

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  • Q5

    The old woman could not bear __________.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    that noise

    Explanation:

    Demonstrative pronouns are used to point out something or someone. To refer to people or things distant in time or distance, we use ‘that’ for singular and ‘those’ for plural.

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