Demonstrative, Indefinte, Distributive and Reciprocal Pronouns

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  • Q1

    The book ________ you are referring to is mine.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    that

    Explanation:

    The demonstrative pronoun ‘that’ is used for a singular noun which is mentioned previously in the sentence.

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  • Q2

    We helped __________ in finishing the project.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    each other

    Explanation:

    We use 'each other' when we refer to each of the two subjects when each does something to or for the other member.

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  • Q3

    There was a heavy storm in the sea. _____________ were drowned.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    All

    Explanation:

    ‘All’ is an indefinite pronoun that refers to people or things in a general way and not to any person or thing in particular.

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  • Q4

    Fill in the blanks with the correct indefinite pronouns.

    1. Little Mitchell tries hard but______ of her food still ends up on her bib.

    2. Can _____ of you do these sums?

    3. ______of them has finished their homework.

    4. ______happens for a reason in life.

    5. ______is yet known about UFOs and the other world.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1.most

    2. anyone

    3. None

    4. Everything

    5. Little

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  • Q5

    Fill in the blanks with suitable demonstrative pronouns.

    (i) _______are my father’s books. He keeps them in the library.

    (ii) _______ is my headphone.

    (iii) _______ is my necklace.

    (iv) _______ is quite a sturdy bag, but it is too small.

    (v) _______ was the bracelet which got stolen.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    (i) Theseare my father’s books. He keeps them in the library.

    (ii) This is my headphone.

    (iii) That is my necklace.

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

    (v) That was the bracelet which got stolen.

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