Daily Grammar

Quiz for Lessons 136 - 140

Parts of the Sentence - Pronouns

Instructions: Choose the correct form of the pronoun and tell why you chose it.

1. (Whom, who) can (we, us) get to do the job?

Whom can we get to do the job?
  - direct object, objective case
  - subject, nominative case

2. (They, them) saw (we, us) at the horse races.

They saw us at the horse races.
  - subject, nominative case
  - direct object, objective case

3. (She, Her) was not answering (him, he) at that time.

She was not answering him at that time.
  - subject, nominative case
  - direct object, objective case

4. The captains will be Paul and (me, I).

The captains will be Paul and I.
  - predicate nominative, nominative case

5. The women saw (us, we) boys at the store.

The women saw us boys at the store.
  - direct object, objective case

6. Did (we, us) choose (them, they) for our dates?

Did we choose them for our dates?
  - subject, nominative case
  - direct object, objective case

7. The teacher wants one person, (her, she).

The teacher wants one person, her.
  - appositive to the direct object, objective case

8. (We, Us) boys, Bob and (me, I) captured those two girls, Emily and (her, she).

We boys, Bob and I captured those two girls, Emily and her.
  - subject, nominative case
  - appositive to the subject, nominative case
  - appositive to the direct object, objective case

9. It certainly must be (them, they).

It certainly must be they.
  - predicate nominative, nominative case

10. (Who, Whom) invited (him, he) to the party?

Who invited him to the party?
  - subject, nominative case
  - direct object, objective case

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