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Pronoun Exercise

This resource was written by Tony Cimasko.
Last edited by Allen Brizee on August 7, 2009 .

Summary:

This page contains the exercise for practicing pronoun use.

Take a look at the following sentences, identify the pronoun problems in each, and fix them.  When you are finished, check your responses with another student or with a teacher.

1. When a homemaker has three children, her life can be extraordinarily busy.
2. I am working on a major chemistry project during the spring semester.  He will spend every Saturday in the lab.
3. Donnie and Alexander are checking over the tax forms.  He will sign the forms when they are ready.
4. Perfecting your resume and writing a cover letter are two of the most challenging parts of applying for a job.  When you are doing it, it’s best to think about exactly what the prospective employer needs.
5. Paper and toner are two of the biggest expenses for this office.  It needs to be improved.

Click here exercise answers.

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