It`s time to choose the right pronoun for a sentence! It`s a fun match game about pronouns – precursor chord! Please visit Sentence Structure or Grammar to see our large collection of printable worksheets. See the full list of topics for this class and topics classified according to common basic standards or in a traditional way. A brief description of the worksheets can be found on each of the worksheet widgets. Click on the images to view, download or print them. All worksheets are free for individual, non-commercial use. Here is a collection of our printable worksheets on pronouns and history Consistency of the Sentence Structure chapter in the Grammar section. Again, we recommend that you see more printable spreadsheets in the sentence structure or grammar. Pronouns call for small words. To be correct, they must match the noun or pronoun they refer to, which is called a precursor. A pronoun must correspond in number (he vs them), sex (she, he or she) and personally (me, you, she, her). That`s a lot for a young writer to remember. The following worksheets are designed to help this teen meet the requirements of these little pronouns.
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