Pronouns Worksheet For Class 5

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate pronoun.

Notes

A pronoun used as subject should be in its subject form. Examples are: I, he, she, they, we, you, it
A pronoun used as object should be in its object form. Examples: me, him, her, them, us, you, it

Pronouns Worksheet For Class 5

1. Shyam and Krish are great friends. ………………….. study in the same class. (They / He / She)

2. The committee submitted ………………….. report yesterday. (its / it’s / her / his)

3. The fleet will reach ……………………. destination in a week. (its / it’s / their)

4. Smitha or Rekha will lend …………………… hand. (her / their / his)

5. Either Rama or Suma has forgotten …………………… lunch box. (her / their)

6. Neither James nor Karim has done …………………….. homework. (his / their)

7. You and ……………………. will make an excellent couple. (she / her)

8. He and ………………….. can never get along. (I / me)

9. I have invited …………………… to my party. (they / them)

10. Sam has invited you and …………………….. to dinner. (I / me)

11. These presents are for you and …………………. (she / her)

12. Are we inviting ………………………. to tea? (they / them)

Answers

1. Shyam and Krish are great friends. They study in the same class.

2. The committee submitted its report yesterday.

3. The fleet will reach its destination in a week.

4. Smitha or Rekha will lend her hand. (When two singular nouns are connected by or, either/or or neither/nor, the pronoun used to refer to them must be singular.)

5. Either Rama or Suma has forgotten her lunch box. ((When two singular nouns are connected by or, either/or or neither/nor, the pronoun used to refer to them must be singular.)

6. Neither James nor Karim has done his homework. ((When two singular nouns are connected by or, either/or or neither/nor, the pronoun used to refer to them must be singular.)

7. You and she will make an excellent couple. (A pronoun used as a subject should be in its subject form.)

8. He and I can never get along. (A pronoun used as a subject should be in its subject form.)

9. I have invited them to my party. (A pronoun used as the object of a verb should be in its object form.)

10. Sam has invited you and me to dinner. (Here you and me are objects of the verb invited.)

11. These presents are for you and her. (Here you and her are objects of the preposition for; a pronoun used as object should be in its object form.)

12. Are we inviting them to tea?

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