We never really think about it, but pronouns save us a great deal of time. They help make language more precise. They stop us from re-using the same old nouns. These are arranged in order of high frequency usage
order. These worksheets help students understand the proper use and placement of pronouns in sentences.
These parts of speech really help us avoid repetition in language. When you first hear that, you might think to yourself that pronouns are pointless. Try writing a complete paragraph, better yet a story, without using a single pronoun and you will quickly she that it is hard to read and almost robotic, at times. There are many different types of words that serve this role. They can be used to show possession, ask a question, or even link phrases together. These worksheets will help students master the proper usage and placement of these wonderful parts of speech.
I vs. Me - (I) can serve three different parts of speech based on the context. (me) serves the role of being an object pronoun.
Indefinite Forms - These do not refer to anything specific. They are like the free for all words.
Interrogative Forms - We use this to form questions and indicate they are often known as wh-words.
Possessive Forms - We display ownership or sense of dominating control over with these words.
Reflexive Forms - These are characterized by words that end in -self or -selves.
Reflexive and Intensive Forms - These are instances where the subject and object are one in the same. Intensive forms are used to focus on the subject.
Plural Forms - These are the words that used to identify groups and collections.
Subject Pronouns - These take the place of a noun that is the focus of the sentence.
Using With Object - We show you the proper way to use them with objects in your sentences.