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Pronouns Andrea White 2 nd Grade
Pronouns take the place of nouns. Matt has a new car. He is very careful driving it. My sister got a cat. It is black and white.
Singular pronouns take the place of singular nouns. The lady goes shopping. She is looking for a new dress. Bob wants a new soccer ball. He wants it to be red and blue.
The children play on the new playground. They are excited. The moms planned several parties for the year. They worked hard on them. Plural pronouns take the place of plural nouns.
Pronouns must match the words they replace. she – girlhe – man it – bookthey – ladies we - Mark and Ihim – Bob us – Katie and Iher - Lucy
Dad and I play ball after supper. We had lots of fun. Mom took Anna and I to the mall. She bought us matching shirts. My friends came to the play. They loved watching it.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. Sarah and Luke made the basketball team.
They made the basketball team.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. Mom planted flowers by the mailbox.
She planted flowers by the mailbox.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. Dad and I trimmed the bushes.
We trimmed the bushes.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. Colin saw the lions at the zoo.
Colin saw them at the zoo.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. The books are in the library.
They are in the library.
Tell the pronoun to take the place of the underline words. The bag is in the floor.
It is in the floor.
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