Exercise 1: English personal pronouns
(Practise your skills in using the subject pronouns ‘we, they, I, you, he, she, it’)
Use of personal pronouns – dropdown (difficulty: 1 of 5 – easy)
Choose the correct personal pronouns as subject for the highlighted parts of the sentences. They appear in the nominative case and may also be called subject pronouns.
- Example: “My father works in Canada.” → ‘he’
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