Pronoun Review
What is a pronoun?
  A. A noun that has “gone pro”
  B. A word used in place of a noun
  C. A word that describes a nou...
What is a pronoun?
  A. A noun that has “gone pro”
  B. A word used in place of a noun
  C. A word that describes a nou...
What is an antecedent?
  A. A word that a pronoun replaces
  B. A word that describes a pronoun
  C. A word that replac...
What is an antecedent?
  A. A word that a pronoun replaces
  B. A word that describes a pronoun
  C. A word that replac...
What is the pronoun in the sentence
below?

Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
What is the pronoun in the sentence
below?

Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
What is the antecedent in the sentence
below?

Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
What is the antecedent in the sentence
below?

Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
What is an indefinite pronoun?
  A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself
  B. A pronoun that usually appears in th...
What is an indefinite pronoun?
  A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself
  B. A pronoun that usually appears in th...
What is the indefinite pronoun in the
sentence below?

Is everyone allowed to go to the movies this
weekend?
What is the indefinite pronoun in the
sentence below?

Is everyone allowed to go to the movies this
weekend?
What is a subject pronoun?
A.  A pronoun that must come at the beginning of a sentence.
B.  A pronoun that performs the ac...
What is a subject pronoun?
A.  A pronoun that must come at the beginning of a sentence.
B.  A pronoun that performs the ac...
What is an object pronoun?
A.  A pronoun that must come at the end of a sentence.
B.  A pronoun that objects to everything...
What is an object pronoun?
A.  A pronoun that must come at the end of a sentence.
B.  A pronoun that objects to everything...
What is the pronoun in the sentence?

They complained that the class was too long.
What is the pronoun in the sentence?

They complained that the class was too long.
Is “they” a subject or object pronoun?

They complained that the class was too long.
Is “they” a subject or object pronoun?

They complained that the class was too long.
Subject
What is the pronoun in this sentence?

The class was much too long for them.
What is the pronoun in this sentence?

The class was much too long for them.
“Them” is a(n) ________ pronoun.
The class was much too long for them
“Them” is a(n) ________ pronoun.
The class was much too long for them
Object
What are the pronouns in the sentence
below?

He was too tired to finish his homework.
What are the pronouns in the sentence
below?

He was too tired to finish his homework.
“His” is a(n) _________ pronoun.
He was too tired to finish his homework.
“His” is a(n) _________ pronoun.
He was too tired to finish his homework.
Possessive
What is a possessive pronoun?
  A. A pronoun that doesn’t like to share its things.
  B. A pronoun that shows ownership....
What is a possessive pronoun?
  A. A pronoun that doesn’t like to share its things.
  B. A pronoun that shows ownership....
Which of the following is not a
possessive pronoun?
  A. yours
  B. mine
  C. it’s
  D. his
Which of the following is not a
possessive pronoun?
  A. yours
  B. mine
  C. it’s
  D. his
What are the pronouns in the sentence
below?

The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu
from their pati...
What are the pronouns in the sentence
below?

The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu
from their pati...
“Themselves” is what type of pronoun?

The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu
from their patients.
I...
True of false: An reflexive pronoun is
unnecessary.
True of false: An reflexive pronoun is
unnecessary.
False
What are the pronouns in the following
sentence?
They bought three donuts for themselves.
What are the pronouns in the following
sentence?
They bought three donuts for themselves.
“Themselves” is what type of pronoun?
They bought three donuts for themselves.
“Themselves” is what type of pronoun?
They bought three donuts for themselves.
Reflexive
A(n) _______ pronoun is necessary and
a(n) _______ pronoun is unnecessary.
A _______ pronoun is necessary and
a(n) _______ pronoun is unnecessary.
A reflexive pronoun is necessary and an intensive ...
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  1. 1. Pronoun Review
  2. 2. What is a pronoun?   A. A noun that has “gone pro”   B. A word used in place of a noun   C. A word that describes a noun   D. A word that comes before a noun
  3. 3. What is a pronoun?   A. A noun that has “gone pro”   B. A word used in place of a noun   C. A word that describes a noun   D. A word that comes before a noun
  4. 4. What is an antecedent?   A. A word that a pronoun replaces   B. A word that describes a pronoun   C. A word that replaces a noun   D. A word that comes after the cedent
  5. 5. What is an antecedent?   A. A word that a pronoun replaces   B. A word that describes a pronoun   C. A word that replaces a noun   D. A word that comes after the cedent
  6. 6. What is the pronoun in the sentence below? Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
  7. 7. What is the pronoun in the sentence below? Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
  8. 8. What is the antecedent in the sentence below? Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
  9. 9. What is the antecedent in the sentence below? Jeremy is unaware that his brother is an alien.
  10. 10. What is an indefinite pronoun?   A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself   B. A pronoun that usually appears in the predicate of a sentence   C. A pronoun that does not have a specific antecedent   D. A pronoun that can be used at any time
  11. 11. What is an indefinite pronoun?   A. A pronoun that is totally unsure of itself   B. A pronoun that usually appears in the predicate of a sentence   C. A pronoun that does not have a specific antecedent   D. A pronoun that can be used at any time
  12. 12. What is the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below? Is everyone allowed to go to the movies this weekend?
  13. 13. What is the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below? Is everyone allowed to go to the movies this weekend?
  14. 14. What is a subject pronoun? A.  A pronoun that must come at the beginning of a sentence. B.  A pronoun that performs the action in a sentence C.  A pronoun that receives the action in a sentence D.  A pronoun that is subject to no one!
  15. 15. What is a subject pronoun? A.  A pronoun that must come at the beginning of a sentence. B.  A pronoun that performs the action in a sentence C.  A pronoun that receives the action in a sentence D.  A pronoun that is subject to no one!
  16. 16. What is an object pronoun? A.  A pronoun that must come at the end of a sentence. B.  A pronoun that objects to everything that everyone says. C.  A pronoun that receives the action in a sentence. D.  A pronoun that must refer to an object, not a person.
  17. 17. What is an object pronoun? A.  A pronoun that must come at the end of a sentence. B.  A pronoun that objects to everything that everyone says. C.  A pronoun that receives the action in a sentence. D.  A pronoun that must refer to an object, not a person.
  18. 18. What is the pronoun in the sentence? They complained that the class was too long.
  19. 19. What is the pronoun in the sentence? They complained that the class was too long.
  20. 20. Is “they” a subject or object pronoun? They complained that the class was too long.
  21. 21. Is “they” a subject or object pronoun? They complained that the class was too long. Subject
  22. 22. What is the pronoun in this sentence? The class was much too long for them.
  23. 23. What is the pronoun in this sentence? The class was much too long for them.
  24. 24. “Them” is a(n) ________ pronoun. The class was much too long for them
  25. 25. “Them” is a(n) ________ pronoun. The class was much too long for them Object
  26. 26. What are the pronouns in the sentence below? He was too tired to finish his homework.
  27. 27. What are the pronouns in the sentence below? He was too tired to finish his homework.
  28. 28. “His” is a(n) _________ pronoun. He was too tired to finish his homework.
  29. 29. “His” is a(n) _________ pronoun. He was too tired to finish his homework. Possessive
  30. 30. What is a possessive pronoun?   A. A pronoun that doesn’t like to share its things.   B. A pronoun that shows ownership.   C. A pronoun that always must contain an apostrophe.   D. A pronoun that is very careful with its possessions.
  31. 31. What is a possessive pronoun?   A. A pronoun that doesn’t like to share its things.   B. A pronoun that shows ownership.   C. A pronoun that always must contain an apostrophe.   D. A pronoun that is very careful with its possessions.
  32. 32. Which of the following is not a possessive pronoun?   A. yours   B. mine   C. it’s   D. his
  33. 33. Which of the following is not a possessive pronoun?   A. yours   B. mine   C. it’s   D. his
  34. 34. What are the pronouns in the sentence below? The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu from their patients.
  35. 35. What are the pronouns in the sentence below? The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu from their patients.
  36. 36. “Themselves” is what type of pronoun? The doctors themselves said that they had all caught the flu from their patients. Intensive
  37. 37. True of false: An reflexive pronoun is unnecessary.
  38. 38. True of false: An reflexive pronoun is unnecessary. False
  39. 39. What are the pronouns in the following sentence? They bought three donuts for themselves.
  40. 40. What are the pronouns in the following sentence? They bought three donuts for themselves.
  41. 41. “Themselves” is what type of pronoun? They bought three donuts for themselves.
  42. 42. “Themselves” is what type of pronoun? They bought three donuts for themselves. Reflexive
  43. 43. A(n) _______ pronoun is necessary and a(n) _______ pronoun is unnecessary.
  44. 44. A _______ pronoun is necessary and a(n) _______ pronoun is unnecessary. A reflexive pronoun is necessary and an intensive pronoun is unnecessary.

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