Working With Vague Pronouns Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.1.D

Core Standard

Writers that endeavor their work for complete clarity steer clear of vague pronouns because they can commonly confuse readers. The most common vague pronouns include: it, that, this, and which. When used in a sentence they can often lack a resulting antecedent. Making sure that you do not start a sentence with the word “it”, will help avoid doing this. This series of printable worksheets will help students identify and replace vague uses of pronouns.









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