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Personal Pronouns

Complete the exercises below to practice using personal pronouns. Personal pronouns are used in place of nouns. For example, consider the following sentence: “The woman is pretty.” We can write the same sentence using a pronoun: “She is pretty.”

Personal pronouns can be difficult. Each pronoun must match the verb conjugation. For example, when using the verb “to be,” the conjugation changes. When using the pronoun “I,” the verb form becomes “am”: “I am young.” When using the pronoun “she,” the verb form becomes “is”: “She is young.”

Question 1:
? are late for dinner again.
1 He
2 They
3 I
Question 2:
? is my big brother.
1 He
2 I
3 They
Question 3:
? am learning English at school.
1 We
2 I
3 He
Question 4:
? are in a hurry to get to school!
1 I
2 He
3 We
Question 5:
? is jogging in the park.
1 I
2 You
3 She
Question 6:
? are playing soccer tonight.
1 I
2 They
3 She
Question 7:
? is writing a letter to her boyfriend Ted.
1 I
2 She
3 They
Question 8:
? am sick with the flu.
1 He
2 I
3 They
Question 9:
? are on the same football team.
1 We
2 He
3 I
Question 10:
? are running in a race.
1 You
2 He
3 I
Question 11:
? am too short for the roller coaster.
1 He
2 I
3 They
Question 12:
? are from Germany.
1 I
2 She
3 We
Question 13:
? is David’s sister.
1 She
2 He
3 I
Question 14:
? is Carol’s brother.
1 I
2 She
3 He
Question 15:
? is a girl.
1 I
2 She
3 He
Question 16:
? is a boy.
1 We
2 He
3 They
Question 17:
? are related to each other.
1 I
2 They
3 He
Question 18:
? am an only child.
1 They
2 He
3 I
Question 19:
? are a good friend to me.
1 You
2 He
3 I
Question 20:
? is wearing a long dress to the dance tonight.
1 I
2 They
3 She