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PRONOUNS

 

I MY MINE ME
YOU

YOUR

YOURS YOU
HE HIS HIS HIM
SHE HER HERS HER
IT ITS --- IT
WE OUR OURS US
YOU YOUR YOURS YOU
THEY THEIR THEIRS THEM

 
CHOOSE THE RIGHT OPTION.
 
This is  jacket, but these shoes are not
 
 can't do my Maths homework. Could you help
 
Where's mum? I want to talk to
 
 are going for a walk in the park. Do you want to come with ?
 
No, that's not  ball. It's
 
Joe's cat is very cute.  got a black body and  ears and paws are white.
 
This bat can't be .  bat is in my room.
                                     
Look, there she is! Do you feel like dancing with ?     
 
 
FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH: ME-YOU-HIM-HER-IT-US-THEM
 
Where's my bike? I can't find .
 
Where's Nora? I've got a book for .
 
My best friend is Charles. I like  a lot.
 
Give me my cassettes. I want  back.
 
Our teacher is nice. She doesn't give  a lot of homework.
 
Jimmie can't put the tins on the shelf. Can you help ?
 
Simon, here's some orange juice for .
 
Where are Pam and Rick? I've got a letter for .
 
Where are my glasses? I need .
 
I've got a brother. Everybody calls  "Richie".
 
Don't call  Rich! I don't like it.
 
 
FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE MISSING PRONOUNS.
 
I want to buy a present for . (Wendy)  It's  (Wendy's) birthday, today.  (Wendy) is having a party on Saturday.
 
 
I gave  (Bob) a comic.
 
I eat  (baked beans) every day.                                                   
 
What can I give  (the children) to drink?
 
I want to fry  (the sausages) for dinner.                                                
 
I invited  (Caroline) to my party.
 
They are watching tv with . (uncle George)
 
What is  (this word) in English?
 
There's a rainbow in the sky. Can you see ? (the rainbow)
 
Feed   (the fish) and give some water to  (the guinea pig)
 
 
LOOK AT THE EXAMPLE AND REWRITE THE SENTENCES. USE: MINE_YOURS_HIS_HER_OURS_THEIRS
 
EXAMPLE:
                    
This is my bike.    This bike is mine.
 
This is my dad's car.    
 
These are Judy's CDs.           
 
These are Patrick's toys.
 
This is Sam and Susan's house.
 
This is our garden.
 
This is your umbrella.
 
This is not my bag.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       

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