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

You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still need help with the topic, have another look at the use of personal pronouns in English and their subject forms.

  1. Anthony can play the piano well. →
  2. The cat is running through the garden. →
  3. Sue and Mike have been best friends for a long time. →
  4. Can you tell me where the bank is? →
  5. My sister is living in Buenos Aires this year. →
  6. Jamie, can you help me with this? →
  7. When I was young, my parents and I used to go camping. →
  8. A lot of people celebrated a lot at the stadium. →
  9. Oscar’s mother has called three times today. She must be worried. →
  10. Our printer is broken. Please use the one downstairs. →

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