Pronoun Case Assessment
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by Kelly Oakley
| 20 Questions
1
5 pts
An intensive pronoun changes the meaning of the sentence.
True
False
2
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the subjective case?

Her (A) mom told them (B) to hurry, but they (C) did not listen, and Kristen ended up hurting herself (D) on the swing.
A
B
C
D
3
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the reflexive case?

Her (A) mom told them (B) to hurry, but they (C) did not listen, and Kristen ended up hurting herself (D) on the swing.
A
B
C
D
4
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the objective case?

Her (A) mom told them (B) to hurry, but they (C) did not listen, and Kristen ended up hurting herself (D) on the swing.
A
B
C
D
5
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the possessive case?

Her (A) mom told them (B) to hurry, but they (C) did not listen, and Kristen ended up hurting herself (D) on the swing.
A
B
C
D
6
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the possessive case?
We (A) stopped by his (B) house and met his parents; I myself (C) found them (D) to be very nice people.
A
B
C
D
7
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the subjective case?
We (A) stopped by his (B) house and met his parents; I myself (C) found them (D) to be very nice people.
A
B
C
D
8
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the objective case?
We (A) stopped by his (B) house and met his parents; I myself (C) found them (D) to be very nice people.
A
B
C
D
9
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the intensive case?
We (A) stopped by his (B) house and met his parents; I myself (C) found them (D) to be very nice people.
A
B
C
D
10
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the relfexive case?
Micah and Drew went on the trip by themselves (A), while I (B) sat on their (C) couch, eating all of their (D) food.
A
B
C
D
11
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the subjective case?
Micah and Drew went on the trip by themselves (A), while I (B) sat on their (C) couch, eating all of their (D) food.
A
B
C
D
12
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the possessive case?
Micah and Drew went on the trip by themselves (A), while I (B) sat on their (C) couch, eating all of their food.
A
B
C
13
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the possessive case?
His (A) Dad gave me (B) the keys and said that the decision was up to you and me (C). So I myself (D) made the decision to leave.
A
B
C
D
14
5 pts
Which pronoun below is used in the intensive case?
His (A) Dad gave me (B) the keys and said that the decision was up to you and me (C). So I myself (D) made the decision to leave.
A
B
C
D
15
5 pts
Which two sentences identify a pronoun used in the subjective case?

(A) They completed all of their homework.
(B) She helps you study all of the time.
(C) Don’t mess with them .
(D) It is the coolest game ever.
A
B
C
D
16
5 pts
Which two sentences identify a pronoun used in the objective case?

(A) Pirates are known for robbing people and making them walk the plank.
(B) Mandy came to the library with us.
(C) You are my best friend.
(D) He and she bought groceries to eat for dinner.
A
B
C
D
17
5 pts
Which two sentences identify a pronoun used in the possessive case?

(A) I help take care of the sea creatures.
(B) You can help protect their habitats by dontating money.
(C) It is not good to hunt endangered animals and sell them just to earn money.
(D) Biodiversity is ours to protect.
A
B
C
D
18
5 pts
Possessive pronouns are used to show ownership.
True
False
19
5 pts
The following sentence identifies a pronoun used in the objective case: Grace described her plan in detail.
True
False
20
5 pts
Possessive pronouns do not have apostrophes.
True
False
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