10$500 Question from Personal Pronouns List the possessive pronouns.
11$500 Answer from Personal Pronouns my your 3. his 4. her5.its our their 8. mine9. yours 10. theirs 11. hers12. ours
12$100 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns Which word in the sentence below isthe demonstrative pronoun?This is the best week of school.
13$100 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns This
14$200 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns Which word in the sentence below is ademonstrative pronoun?I bought some candy. These are for you.
15$200 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns These
16$300 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns Which word is the best fit for the sentence below?(Who/Whom) is the best basketball player?
17$300 Answer from Demonstrative /Interrogative Pronouns Who
18$400 Question from Demonstrative/ Interrogative Pronouns Which is the correct word to use in the following sentence?I asked my aunt to tell me for (who/whom) she is named.
19$400 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns whom
20$500 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns List the Demonstrative and Interrogative Pronouns
21$500 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronouns 1.this 2. that 3. those 4. theseInterrogative:what 2. which 3. who 4. whom5. whose
22$100 Question from Pronoun-Antecedents In the sentence below, which pronoun BESTfit in the sentence?Camping is my favorite hobby because ___ is a time of rest and relaxation.a. she b. they c. it d. its
28$400 Question from Pronoun-Antecedents Which change should be made to the sentence below to make it correct?The boys drove his cars to school quickly.drove to drivedb. his to theirc. boys to boyd. quickly to more quickly
29$400 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedents b. his to their
30$500 Question from Pronoun-Antecedents What change should be made the to sentence below?Each person should read their book and answer the questions.Person to persons b. their to his c. their to they’re d. book to books
31$500 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedent b. their to his
32$100 Question from Reflexive Pronouns What is the reflexive pronoun in theSentence below?She watched herself on TV and felt foolish.
52Final Jeopardy What is the correct definition for the following? Pronoun –Antecedent –Which Georgia Performance Standard are we mastering? (GPS)
53Final Jeopardy Answer Pronoun – a word that takes the place of a noun Antecedent – the noun a pronoun replacesGeorgia Performance Standard (GPS): ELA6C1: The student demonstrates knowledge of the English Language in written and spoken form.Element: a. ii- the proper use of pronouns