A.  A noun that has “gone pro.”B.  A word that describes a noun.C.  A word that describes a verb.D.  A word that takes the...
A.  WeB.  SlightlyC.  LandedD.  Derek
Example: Lisa went to the store; she bought ice cream.A.  ObjectB.  AdjectiveC.  AlliterationD.  Antecedent
The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  JeremyB.  SheC.  GaveD.  Ten
She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  SubjectB.  Object
Jeremy gave ten dollars to us.A.  JeremyB.  DollarsC.  GaveD.  Us
Jeremy ten dollars to us.A.  SubjectB.  Object
A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
A.  AllB.  NothingC.  SomeD.  All of the above
A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person,    place, thing, or idea.C.  A p...
A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person,    place, thing, or idea.C.  A p...
A.  A noun that has “gone pro.”B.  A word that describes a noun.C.  A word that describes a verb.D.  A word that takes the...
A. WeB.  SlightlyC.  LandedD.  Derek
Example: Lisa went to the store; she bought ice cream.A.  ObjectB.  AdjectiveC.  AlliterationD.  Antecedent
The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A. ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  JeremyB.  SheC.  GaveD.  Ten
She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A. SubjectB.  Object
Jeremy gave ten dollars to us.A.  JeremyB.  DollarsC.  GaveD.  Us
Jeremy ten dollars to us.A.  SubjectB.  Object
A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
A.  AllB.  NothingC.  SomeD.  All of the above
A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person,    place, thing, or idea.C.  A p...
A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person,    place, thing, or idea.C.  A p...
Pronoun review 6th
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Pronoun review 6th

  1. 1. A.  A noun that has “gone pro.”B.  A word that describes a noun.C.  A word that describes a verb.D.  A word that takes the place of one or more than one noun.
  2. 2. A.  WeB.  SlightlyC.  LandedD.  Derek
  3. 3. Example: Lisa went to the store; she bought ice cream.A.  ObjectB.  AdjectiveC.  AlliterationD.  Antecedent
  4. 4. The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
  5. 5. The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
  6. 6. She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  JeremyB.  SheC.  GaveD.  Ten
  7. 7. She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  SubjectB.  Object
  8. 8. Jeremy gave ten dollars to us.A.  JeremyB.  DollarsC.  GaveD.  Us
  9. 9. Jeremy ten dollars to us.A.  SubjectB.  Object
  10. 10. A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
  11. 11. A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
  12. 12. A.  AllB.  NothingC.  SomeD.  All of the above
  13. 13. A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, thing, or idea.C.  A pronoun that usually refers to the subject of the sentenceD.  A person, place, thing, or idea that is specific and must be capitalized.
  14. 14. A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, thing, or idea.C.  A pronoun that usually refers to the subject of the sentenceD.  A person, place, thing, or idea that is specific and must be capitalized.
  15. 15. A.  A noun that has “gone pro.”B.  A word that describes a noun.C.  A word that describes a verb.D.  A word that takes the place of one or more than one noun.
  16. 16. A. WeB.  SlightlyC.  LandedD.  Derek
  17. 17. Example: Lisa went to the store; she bought ice cream.A.  ObjectB.  AdjectiveC.  AlliterationD.  Antecedent
  18. 18. The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A.  ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
  19. 19. The owner had a dog that she treated very well.A. ownerB.  dogC.  veryD.  she
  20. 20. She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A.  JeremyB.  SheC.  GaveD.  Ten
  21. 21. She gave Jeremy ten dollars.A. SubjectB.  Object
  22. 22. Jeremy gave ten dollars to us.A.  JeremyB.  DollarsC.  GaveD.  Us
  23. 23. Jeremy ten dollars to us.A.  SubjectB.  Object
  24. 24. A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
  25. 25. A.  HeB.  WeC.  MyselfD.  Ours
  26. 26. A.  AllB.  NothingC.  SomeD.  All of the above
  27. 27. A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, thing, or idea.C.  A pronoun that usually refers to the subject of the sentenceD.  A person, place, thing, or idea that is specific and must be capitalized.
  28. 28. A.  A pronoun that shows ownershipB.  A pronoun that does not refer to a specific person, place, thing, or idea.C.  A pronoun that usually refers to the subject of the sentenceD.  A person, place, thing, or idea that is specific and must be capitalized.

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