Pronouns Exercises – Pronouns Worksheet

In this pronouns worksheet, you will engage with exercises that challenge you to replace nouns with the correct pronouns, enhancing your ability to write clearly and efficiently. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to polish your skills, this worksheet will provide you with the practice needed to confidently use pronouns in various contexts. 

Make sure to review the articles provided below for a more comprehensive grasp of pronouns and their usage:

Pronouns Worksheet

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Pronouns Exercises

Pronouns Exercise 1: Matching Pronouns

Pronouns  Descriptions/Antecedents 
1. I A. Reflexive form for the person being spoken to.
2. You B. Used to refer to something that is not close to the speaker.
3. He C. Used to refer to the speaker or writer.
4. She D. Used to refer to multiple things close to the speaker.
5. It E. Used to ask about a person (object).
6. We F. Used for a female person or animal previously mentioned.
7. They G. Reflexive form for two or more people excluding the speaker.
8. Who H. Used for a male person or animal previously mentioned.
9. Whom I. Used for two or more people including the speaker.
10. Whose J. Used to ask about possession.
11. Myself K. Reflexive form for the speaker.
12. Yourself L. Used for two or more people excluding the speaker.
13. Himself M. Reflexive form for a male person.
14. Herself N. Used to ask about a person (subject).
15. Itself O. Reflexive form for a thing or animal.
16. Ourselves P. Used to refer to people or things previously mentioned or easily identified.
17. Themselves Q. Reflexive form for two or more people including the speaker.
18. This R. Used to refer to something close to the speaker.
19. These S. Used for a thing, animal, or an idea previously mentioned.
20. That T. Used to refer to a person or thing previously mentioned or easily identified.

Answers:

1 – C

2 – A

3 – H

4 – F

5 – S

6 – I

7 – L

8 – N

9 – E

10 – J

11 – K

12 – A

13 – M

14 – F

15 – O

16 – Q

17 – G

18 – R

19 – D

20 – T

Pronouns Exercise 2: Rewrite the Sentences

  1. John and Mary went to the store because John and Mary needed milk.
  2. The students will present the students’ projects on Monday.
  3. The cat is sleeping in the cat’s bed.
  4. David and I cannot come to the party because David and I are out of town.
  5. The teacher said that the teacher would grade the tests over the weekend.
  6. Can you tell Sarah that Sarah’s mother called?
  7. The books are on the table where the books belong.
  8. Jessica loves her dog, and Jessica takes Jessica’s dog for a walk every day.
  9. The flowers look beautiful; the flowers have bloomed nicely.
  10. The car has a flat tire, and the car needs to be fixed.
  11. The children are playing games, and the children seem happy.
  12. The company will give its employees a bonus if the company meets its targets.
  13. The chair is broken; the chair cannot be used anymore.
  14. The president will give a speech, and the president is expected to address the issue.
  15. Emily and Jessica are best friends, and Emily and Jessica do everything together.

Answers:

  1. John and Mary went to the store because they needed milk.
  2. The students will present their projects on Monday.
  3. The cat is sleeping in its bed.
  4. David and I cannot come to the party because we are out of town.
  5. The teacher said that he/she would grade the tests over the weekend. (Choose “he” or “she” based on the teacher’s gender)
  6. Can you tell Sarah that her mother called?
  7. The books are on the table where they belong.
  8. Jessica loves her dog, and she takes it for a walk every day.
  9. The flowers look beautiful; they have bloomed nicely.
  10. The car has a flat tire, and it needs to be fixed.
  11. The children are playing games, and they seem happy.
  12. The company will give its employees a bonus if it meets its targets.
  13. The chair is broken; it cannot be used anymore.
  14. The president will give a speech, and he/she is expected to address the issue. (Choose “he” or “she” based on the president’s gender)
  15. Emily and Jessica are best friends, and they do everything together.

Pronouns Exercise 3: Identifying Pronouns 

  1. He is going to the store.
  2. This book is mine.
  3. Sarah made herself a sandwich. (herself)
  4. That is the one I want.
  5. Who is at the door?
  6. The player who scores the most goals will win the prize.
  7. Everyone is here except him.
  8. I did it myself.
  9. These are my favorite shoes.
  10. Whose jacket is this?
  11. The car, which was parked outside, is red.
  12. Some people prefer tea over coffee.
  13. You will need to bring your own pencil.
  14. They looked at themselves in the mirror.
  15. What do you want for dinner?
  16. The winners are they.
  17. This is the last slice of pizza.
  18. The book that you gave me is fantastic.
  19. Anyone can join the club.
  20. Its tail is very long.

Answers:

1. Personal Pronoun

2. Possessive Pronoun

3. Reflexive Pronoun

4. Demonstrative Pronoun

5. Interrogative Pronoun

6. Relative Pronoun

7. Personal Pronoun

8. Reflexive Pronoun

9. Demonstrative Pronoun

10. Interrogative Pronoun (Possessive)

11. Relative Pronoun

12. Indefinite Pronoun

13. Possessive Pronoun

14. Reflexive Pronoun

15. Interrogative Pronoun

16. Personal Pronoun

17. Demonstrative Pronoun

18. Relative Pronoun

19. Indefinite Pronoun

20. Possessive Pronoun (used for things, animals, etc.)