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In the sentence, I took the books, the direct object can be replaced with an absolute possessive pronoun. True False Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated
pronoun correctly. that as a relative pronoun Thatgreen dress is the one I want.The green dress is the onethatI want. Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Two of the best singers were he and she. he and herthemhim and shecorrect as is Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. Usboys should do the cooking so the girls will know we can.Between you andI,I wonder if we are going to succeed.All of us—Josh, Luke, you, andme—should give her a surprise birthday party. Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence in which the italicized pronoun is used correctly. She can direct the choir as well ashim.It wasIwho answered the telephone.The principal objected to the families' accusing Bob andhebehind their backs. Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. second person reflexive plural pronoun When did we buyourselvesa new car?When did you buyyourselvesa new car? Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. a reciprocal pronoun We were laughing atone another.We were laughing atourselves. Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. We boys, Bonnie, and her are writing a play for the program. Us boys, Bonnie, and sheUs boys, Bonnie and herWe boys, Bonnie, and shecorrect as is Question #14TrueFalse Score: The indefinite pronoun everyone is singular. TrueFalse Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. a third person reflexive pronoun The class treatedthemselvesto a pizza party.The class treateditselfto a pizza party. Question #16MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. an absolute possessive pronoun The blue shirt belongs tome.The blue shirt ismine. Question #17TrueFalse Score: The sentence You handed the test results to Joan can be made into the question To whom did you hand the test results? TrueFalse Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. None of us wanted him and her to leave. he and herhe and shehim and shecorrect as is Question #19MultipleSelect Score: Why are the italicized pronouns used correctly? You honored Grace and me when you and she invited us out to dinner. The verbhonoredtakes the objective caseme.The pronounmeis an indirect object.The pronounsheis the object of the verbinvited.The pronounsheis the subject of the verbinvited. Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: The pronouns some, none, and all are demonstrativeindefiniteintensivepersonal pronouns. For each of these pronouns, number (singular or plural) is determined by the prepositionverbantecedentdemonstrative. Question #21MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. I would not want to be Jane or him. Jane or heher or himshe or himcorrect as is Question #22MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. most as an indefinite singular pronoun Mostof the salt is gone, too.Mostof the stars is hidden. Question #23MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. who as a relative pronoun The salesmanwhosold it to me was effective.Whowas he? Question #24TrueFalse Score: In the sentence I brought Jane herself to the party, herself is used as a reflexive pronoun. TrueFalse Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. The coach chose us girls and him to attend the track meet. we girls and hehim and we girlsthem and Icorrect as is Question #26Matching Score: Match the type of pronoun to its description. 1. the class of pronouns that usually introduces an adjective clause relative 2. the class of pronouns that does not need a specific antecedent reciprocal 3. the class of pronouns used as an adjective to point out which person or thing is being discussed intensive 4. the class of pronouns which turns the action back on the subject demonstrative 5. the class of pronouns used to ask questions indefinite 6. the class of pronouns used for emphasis personal 7. the class of pronouns made up of two-word pronouns reflexive 8. the class of pronouns that changes form for nominative, objective, and possessive cases interrogative Question #27MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Beatrice can expect her aunt and uncle and I to help her move. usher and him and Ithem and Icorrect as is Question #28MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. whom as an interrogative pronoun Whomdid you forget to call?Whomis your friend? Question #29MultipleSelect Score: How can you determine whether to use who or whom in a relative clause? Whomis used as a subject.Whois used as a subject.Whomis used as an object.Whois used as an object. Question #30MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. an indefinite pronoun as an antecedent of a possessive pronoun Everyoneforgot their book.Everyoneforgot his book. Question #31MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Four boys- Bob, Pete, Joe, and him- were selected for the job. Joe, and hehim, and Joeand themcorrect as is Question #32Matching Score: Match each term with its definition. 1. used as subject case 2. represents possessor and possessed possessive case 3. determined by function gender 4. shows possession by modifying a noun or pronoun nominative case 5. shows ownership appositive 6. two-word pronoun singular 7. one reciprocal 8. masculine, feminine, or neuter demonstrative pronoun 9. clarifies or renames a noun absolute possessive pronoun 10. points out which person or thing is being discussed possessive adjective Question #33MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. They assigned the solo parts to Ellen and her themselves. she themselvesher theirselvesshe herselfcorrect as is Question #34MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. that as a demonstrative pronoun John wantsthatrecord.John wants the recordthatwas in the box. Question #35MultipleSelect Score: Why is the italicized pronoun used correctly? It is important for us choir members to take individual responsibility for learning our parts. It is a possessive.It is the object of the prepositionfor.It is the subject of the sentence.It is the objective form ofwe. Question #36MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the proper pronoun usage. Ellen, Jan, her, and me finished the test early. she, and meher, and Ishe, and Icorrect as is Question #37MultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence using the indicated pronoun correctly. none as an indefinite singular pronoun Noneof the sugar is left.Noneof the stars is shining.
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The following letters make up the Spanish alphabet:

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, ñ, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z
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Some, none, and all are examples of indefinite pronouns.

As the name suggests indefinite pronouns are pronouns that are not definite in meaning. In other words they are not specific in which noun they replace. They may be singular or plural, and must match the verb in number.
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