Daily Grammar

Quiz for Lessons 141 - 145

Parts of the Sentence - Pronouns

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

1. (Whom, Who) has she told?

Whom has she told?
 - direct object, objective case

2. Jim chose Ann and (I, me).

Jim chose Ann and me.
 - direct object, objective case

3. This is (she, her) speaking.

This is she speaking.
 - predicate nominative, nominative case

4. Could it have been (they, them) leaving there?

Could it have been they leaving there?
 - predicate nominative, nominative case

5. They never called (you and I, you and me).

They never called you and me.
  - direct object, objective case

6. Mother called (we, us) children for supper.

Mother called us children for supper.
 - direct object, objective case

7. The cat groomed (its, it's) paw.

The cat groomed its paw.
 - possessive case

8. Is this shirt (yours, your's)?

Is this shirt yours?
 - possessive case

9. The next turn is (ours, our's).

The next turn is ours.
 - possessive case

10. (Their, They're) house is the new one.

Their house is the new one.
 - possessive case

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