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PRONOUNS AND PRONOUN REFERENCE QUIZ #2, Part 3 of 5 Directions: Circle the correct pronoun.
1. George and (I, me) will pick you up by 7:30.
2. Susan and (they, them) are working together.
3. Give the assignment to Robert and (I, me).
4. Dad asked my friends to make (theirselves, themselves) at home.
5. Tim gave the package to Joel and (I, me).
6. Tom borrowed tools from Don and (him, he).
7. I want to buy the book and (it’s, its) study guide.
8. I laid the stethoscope next to (yours, your’s).
9. (Who, Whom) answered the phone?
10. Mary invited you and (her, she) to the movie.
For the following section, if the pronoun reference is correct, write C. If not, correct it.
11. The team played hard, but they did not win.
11. The team played hard, but they did not win. The team played hard, but IT did not win. (The team is ONE thing, an IT.)
12. A type of resistors is known for their efficiency.
12. A type of resistors is known for their efficiency. A type of resistors is known for ITS efficiency. A TYPE = ITS
13. Two senators in the lobby discussed their differences.
13. Two senators in the lobby discussed their differences. C
14. The class of 1988 held its reunion at the Holiday Inn.
14. The class of 1988 held its reunion at the Holiday Inn. C
15. We were told to complete the problems and correct them yourself.
15. We were told to complete the problems and correct them yourself. OURSELVES. WE = OURSELVES
16. After writers submit an article, the editor reviews it and sends it back to him.
16. After writers submit an article, the editor reviews it and sends it back to him. THEM. WRITERS = THEM
17. Put the book back on it’s shelf.
ITS IT’S = IT IS…
18. Anyone who enters the competition must complete his or her registration.
18. Anyone who enters the competition must complete his or her registration. C ANYONE = ONE/HIS OR HER
19. When a teacher writes a lesson plan, they will also do some research on a topic.
19. When a teacher writes a lesson plan, they HE OR SHE will also do some research on a topic. A TEACHER = ONE…
20. Over half of the students wants his or her picture in the yearbook.
20. Over half of the students wants his or her picture in the yearbook. C
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