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Please note: While answer sheets have been provided for each worksheet for the instructor where necessary, in some cases, answers will vary by student. Use an object pronoun in place of a person or thing that is acted upon or that receives the action of the verb in the sentence. Match each subject pronoun to its corresponding object pronoun.
Use each object pronoun above in a sentence. Circle every word below that is an object pronoun. Circle the correct pronoun to replace the underlined word in each sentence. Fill in the corresponding object pronoun for each subject pronoun. Rewrite each sentence to correct the pronoun error. Fill in the missing subject pronoun. Use the clue in parentheses.
Fill in the missing object pronoun. Write a short paragraph about something that happened to you recently. Use both subject and object pronouns. Read each sentence. Sort the pronouns in each sentence into the correct columns. Color in the blocks that contain object pronouns. Use each object pronoun you identified above in a sentence. Read the sentences. Circle the object pronoun in the second sentence that replaces the underlined word or words.
Choose the correct pronoun to complete each sentence. Then, on the line to the right, write whether the pronoun you used is a subject or object pronoun. Write two sentences using subject pronouns.
Write two sentences using object pronouns. Write two sentences that use both subject and object pronouns. An object pronoun is a personal pronoun in the objective case that is used as either the direct or indirect object of a verb, or as the object of a preposition. There are eight object pronouns in English: me, you, it, us, him, her, them, and whom.
The following collection of activity sheets include replacing given pronouns with the correct objective form, matching subject and object pronouns, unscrambling sentences that contain object pronouns, and more. Sentence Use Use an object pronoun in place of a person or thing that is acted upon or that receives the action of the verb in the sentence. Match'em Use'em Match each subject pronoun to its corresponding object pronoun. Unscramble It! Unscramble each sentence.
Write it correctly on the line. A Little Sun Circle every word below that is an object pronoun. First, Second, Third Complete each sentence with the correct object pronoun.
Using and Rewriting Object Pronouns Fill in the corresponding object pronoun for each subject pronoun. Picture Thoughts Using the pictures as inspiration, write four original sentences that use object pronouns.
Subject Object Fill in the missing subject pronoun. Pronoun Writing Practice Write a short paragraph about something that happened to you recently. Reach Should Be Read Read each sentence. Circle the Birdie Read the sentences. Picture Prompts Using the pictures as prompts, write six sentence that use object pronouns.
Writing with Object Pronouns Rewrite each sentence, replacing the underlined words with an object pronoun. Subject or Object Pronouns?
Writing: Subject and Object Write two sentences using subject pronouns.
Subjective case pronouns are used as the subject of a sentence. Thank you for using it! Black Ops One Let me know if you use it successfully or adapt it. Simple and sweet, but great practice! Students are supposed to do differe Example: My mother drove her car to the gas station. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Subjective Objective Possessive Pronouns.
Decide if the sentences need a subject or object pronoun. 5. Exercise 4: Decide if the sentences need a 1. Pronouns 1 ✎. Grammar Practice Worksheets.
A pronoun , such as he, she or it, enriches the reading and writing experience by eliminating redundancy. To see these pronoun worksheets individually or to download the pronoun worksheets PDF, click on the individual pronoun worksheets title. All printable pronoun worksheets are free to duplicate for home or classroom use. Circle the pronoun. Write S if the pronoun is a subject pronoun, or O if the pronoun is an object pronoun.
This worksheet will help your second graders identify the difference between subject and object pronouns. Students will complete the worksheet by reading through the given sentences and circling the number of the sentences that contain and indefinite pronoun. Luckiest Guy Arial stream Free grammar and writing worksheets from K5 Learning; no registration required. VT Gloria Hallelujah Give each student a copy of the worksheet. Indie Flower Each sentence on the worksheet is missing an object pronoun. Need more practice?
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET. SUBJECT and OBJECT PRONOUNS. I you he she it we they. + verb + me you him her it us them. Subject pronouns usually come.Javier E. 13.05.2021 at 22:30
Please note: While answer sheets have been provided for each worksheet for the instructor where necessary, in some cases, answers will vary by student.Emily R. 15.05.2021 at 04:04
Worksheets: subject and object pronouns: pdf handouts to print, printable exercises. Personal pronouns in English.Gianira R. 20.05.2021 at 01:22
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