Find the     Who or   Types of   Indefinite   Fix this    Miscellaneopronoun      Whom?    Pronouns   Pronouns     sentenc...
The black doglost its collar.
Prounoun-itsAntecedent-dog
The older children in class remembered    their books.
Pronoun-theirAntecedent-children
“Is your mothercoming?” Bill askedJoanne.
Pronoun-yourAntecedent-Joanne
How many marblesdoes the magicianhave in his mouth?
Pronoun-hisAntecedent- magician
The boys and girlsneed to remember  their manners.
Pronoun-theirAntecedent-boys, girls
__________ is the person you are  speaking of?
What is who?
You went to themovies with _____        .
What is whom?
______ were thegirls at your party?
What is who?
To ______ was the  package sent?
What is whom?
After ______ were   you named?
What is whom?
•Everybody is going to the party.
•Everybody and it is indefinite.
•These are the shoes I was talking about.
• these and it is demonstrative.
Which personknocked on thedoor?
•Which and it is interrogative.
Sara saw Jill where?
Where and it isinterrogative.
Many of the houses onthe street were empty.
•Many and it is indefinite.
His or her/theirEveryone shouldwear _____ coat.
•What is his or her?
His or her/theirAll of the cups have holes   in _______ bottoms.
•What is their?
His or her/theirMany will be lateto _______ next     class.
What is their?
His or her/their: Each teacher hassubmitted ______     grades.
What is his or her?
Most of the carwas submerged upto _____ windows.
What is its?
Find the error:To who did you give the      present?
Who should be  WHOM.
Find the error:Everybody is going to   love their new     classroom!
Everybody is singular,so the pronoun shouldbe his or her NOT their.
Find the error:My new teacher is    whom?
This is a predicate noun with a linking verb, so it should be WHO not          whom.
Find the error:Please take those papers I  have and give them to      each student.
If you have the papers, they are close to youand should be referred     to with THESE.
Find the error: James and Sara gavethe test its best effort.
James and Sara are giving the effort, so itshould be their NOT its.
Reflexive or Intensive:He himself should be     doing this.
•What is intensive?
Reflexive or Intensive:•I bought myself a drink at the convenience store.
•What is reflexive?
Reflexive or Intensive:•You have no one to blame but you yourself.
•What is Intensive?
Which word is formed incorrectly?My brother foundhimself stymied by thepuzzle.
What is intensive?
Reflexive or Intensive:We ourselves arehappy to be of service.
•What is reflexive?
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  1. 1. Find the Who or Types of Indefinite Fix this Miscellaneopronoun Whom? Pronouns Pronouns sentence. usandantecedent 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
  2. 2. The black doglost its collar.
  3. 3. Prounoun-itsAntecedent-dog
  4. 4. The older children in class remembered their books.
  5. 5. Pronoun-theirAntecedent-children
  6. 6. “Is your mothercoming?” Bill askedJoanne.
  7. 7. Pronoun-yourAntecedent-Joanne
  8. 8. How many marblesdoes the magicianhave in his mouth?
  9. 9. Pronoun-hisAntecedent- magician
  10. 10. The boys and girlsneed to remember their manners.
  11. 11. Pronoun-theirAntecedent-boys, girls
  12. 12. __________ is the person you are speaking of?
  13. 13. What is who?
  14. 14. You went to themovies with _____ .
  15. 15. What is whom?
  16. 16. ______ were thegirls at your party?
  17. 17. What is who?
  18. 18. To ______ was the package sent?
  19. 19. What is whom?
  20. 20. After ______ were you named?
  21. 21. What is whom?
  22. 22. •Everybody is going to the party.
  23. 23. •Everybody and it is indefinite.
  24. 24. •These are the shoes I was talking about.
  25. 25. • these and it is demonstrative.
  26. 26. Which personknocked on thedoor?
  27. 27. •Which and it is interrogative.
  28. 28. Sara saw Jill where?
  29. 29. Where and it isinterrogative.
  30. 30. Many of the houses onthe street were empty.
  31. 31. •Many and it is indefinite.
  32. 32. His or her/theirEveryone shouldwear _____ coat.
  33. 33. •What is his or her?
  34. 34. His or her/theirAll of the cups have holes in _______ bottoms.
  35. 35. •What is their?
  36. 36. His or her/theirMany will be lateto _______ next class.
  37. 37. What is their?
  38. 38. His or her/their: Each teacher hassubmitted ______ grades.
  39. 39. What is his or her?
  40. 40. Most of the carwas submerged upto _____ windows.
  41. 41. What is its?
  42. 42. Find the error:To who did you give the present?
  43. 43. Who should be WHOM.
  44. 44. Find the error:Everybody is going to love their new classroom!
  45. 45. Everybody is singular,so the pronoun shouldbe his or her NOT their.
  46. 46. Find the error:My new teacher is whom?
  47. 47. This is a predicate noun with a linking verb, so it should be WHO not whom.
  48. 48. Find the error:Please take those papers I have and give them to each student.
  49. 49. If you have the papers, they are close to youand should be referred to with THESE.
  50. 50. Find the error: James and Sara gavethe test its best effort.
  51. 51. James and Sara are giving the effort, so itshould be their NOT its.
  52. 52. Reflexive or Intensive:He himself should be doing this.
  53. 53. •What is intensive?
  54. 54. Reflexive or Intensive:•I bought myself a drink at the convenience store.
  55. 55. •What is reflexive?
  56. 56. Reflexive or Intensive:•You have no one to blame but you yourself.
  57. 57. •What is Intensive?
  58. 58. Which word is formed incorrectly?My brother foundhimself stymied by thepuzzle.
  59. 59. What is intensive?
  60. 60. Reflexive or Intensive:We ourselves arehappy to be of service.
  61. 61. •What is reflexive?
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