English grammar

Module 2, Pronouns, Review:

Pronoun Agreement

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Directions:
Click on the noun(s) that is(are) the antecedent(s) of the bold-faced pronoun.
1.
The football player thanked his coach when he received his award.
2.
Lauren's boyfriend gave her a present for her birthday.
3.
Robin Hood's Merry Men had to make their own arrows.
4.
My friends and I left our bikes locked to the bleachers.
5.
My pet hamster is running around the house in its ball.
Directions:
Choose the correct pronoun to match the bold-faced noun. He/she means he or she so you only have to click one word.
6.
Joseph, my uncle, is sure left his house locked when he went to work.
he, she, they, he/she
7.
A guest at a birthday party should remember to bring gift.
his, her, their, his/her
8.
A healthy child always eats vegetables before eating dessert.
his, her, their, his/her
9.
The players were pleased with scores.
his, her, their, his/her
10.
Each boy on the team had to wash uniform.
his, her, their, his/her
Directions:
Choose the best word to complete the sentence.
11.
Doctor Jones, one of the staff physicians, spilled coffee on white coat.
his, their
12.
Geronimo and Shawn worked on video games, but didn't work.
his, Geronimo's
13.
The ferret and the dog fought over the toy. won.
It, The ferret
14.
Grace and Kelly, members of the choir, practiced duet.
his, her, their
15.
My mother and my sister argued about her curfew. won.
She, My mother
Directions:
Click on any pronoun errors in the sentences. If the sentence has no mistakes in it, click on no mistakes.
16.
Nadia and Camille worked hard on their projects. She got an A.
(no mistakes)
17.
Ryan climbed up to Look Out Point where you can see all the way to the ocean.
(no mistakes)
18.
You should look for school supplies at a store where you can find a great deal.
(no mistakes)
19.
A teacher must work long hours because they have a lot of work to do.
(no mistakes)
20.
I prefer the movie theater at the mall where you can lean back in the chairs.
(no mistakes)
Directions:
Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence.
21.
Most of the skiers use sunscreen to protect skin.
his, her, their, his/her
22.
In our club, all of the girls do part to help with the service projects.
her, their
23.
Some of the students in my class do homework on the computer.
his/her, their
24.
Somebody in the class left pencil in the boys' bathroom.
his, their
25.
Neither of the pizzas has anchovies on .
it, them
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