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Some topics can be challenging to create lesson material for so there are sections for a wide array of ESL topics on the site. This section is dedicated to pronouns; take a look at some of the 367 pronoun worksheets to find something that your students will enjoy. Many teachers have used this worksheet to give their students more practice using demonstrative pronouns. It is very straightforward with a brief review of the uses of this, that, these, and those followed by some fill in the blank sentences for practice. Be sure to create an answer key for yourself to make answering questions and giving corrections in class easier. There are other great worksheets here too so make sure you look at a few other them before deciding what you would like to use in class. If you want to you can even combine the exercises from several worksheets to make your own customized handout. Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns which sounds simple enough except that there are lots of different kinds of pronouns. In order to help students understand this material clearly, subjective pronouns are usually covered first with other types of pronouns coming later in the course. Make sure students understand one set of pronouns before moving on to new material. Here is a link to a fun YouTube video about pronouns that your students might like. It clearly demonstrates the important function of pronouns.
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GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Pronouns?
In linguistics and grammar, a pronoun (Lat: pronomen) is a pro-form that substitutes for a noun (or noun phrase), such as, in English, the words it (substituting for the name of a certain object) and he (substituting for the name of a person). The replaced noun is called the antecedent of the pronoun. For example, consider the sentence "Lisa gave the coat to Phil." All three nouns in the sentence can be replaced by pronouns: "She gave it to him." If the coat, Lisa, and Phil have been previously mentioned, the listener can deduce what the pronouns she, it and him refer to and therefore understand the meaning of the sentence; however, if the sentence "She gave it to him." is the first presentation of the idea, none of the pronouns have antecedents, and each pronoun is therefore ambiguous. Pronouns without antecedents are also called unprecursed pronouns. English grammar allows pronouns to potentially have multiple candidate antecedents.
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How Old Is She/He? What's His/Her Name? For Kids

How Old Is She/He? What's His/Her Name? For Kids

This is a worksheet for kids to practice his/her and the question How old is she / he? There are at least 3 activities to use with it: the teacher can use it only as a speaking activity and a memo ...
4 Complete Beginner
Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns

Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns

Mariana Ledesma
This appealing worksheet is designed for very young students with demonstrative adjectives and pronouns, a grammar point that some students may find difficult. It allows students to revise simple ...
3 Elementary
Systematisation and Exercises to Practise Whose, Interrogative Pronouns

Systematisation and Exercises to Practise Whose, Interrogative Pronouns

Mariana Ledesma
A practical and attractive worksheet to make your students understand and practise the structure 'whose... is (this)?', so useful in our everyday language. This piece of work has had a positive re ...
4 ElementaryPre-Intermediate
Minions - Personal Pronouns

Minions - Personal Pronouns

Natasha
This PDF contains personal pronouns most suitable for beginner level ( I, you, we, they, he, she, it . Can be printed and used as flashcards. I laminated mine. You can use it during your presentat ...
3 Complete BeginnerElementary
Personal Nouns

Personal Nouns

BusyTeacher Contributor
Exercises about personal pronouns, to be used to replace a noun or nouns and to rewrite sentences using pronouns. To be used for elementary level, maybe begginers with outstanding comprehension ab ...
4 Elementary
Object Pronouns

Object Pronouns

This English grammar worksheet is to help your students learn about object pronouns. Print and ask them to complete the sentence with the appropriate object pronoun. This worksheet is suitable for ...
7 Elementary
Demonstrative Pronouns Board Game

Demonstrative Pronouns Board Game

This board game is for beginners to practice using demonstrative pronouns (this/that/these/those). You need a copy of the board game, two marks and a coin for each pair of students. Procedure ...
7 Complete BeginnerElementary
Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

This is a worksheet to practice demonstrative pronouns. Students look at the picture and, considering the distance between the objects and the girl, write sentences using this, that, these, those. ...
5 Complete BeginnerElementary
Song Worksheet: I'm Yours by Jason Mraz

Song Worksheet: I'm Yours by Jason Mraz

Astrid Fuster
This song has different exercises for developing listening skills. Students will have to identify the sound of words to match halves, complete sentences with pronouns and possessive adjectives, pu ...
4 ElementaryPre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and AdvancedExam Level
English Lesson - Relative Pronouns (2)

English Lesson - Relative Pronouns (2)

This worksheet was created for primary/elementary students. The most common relative pronouns are who/whom, whoever/whomever, whose, that, and which. This English resource asks students to read th ...
5 Elementary
English Lesson - Relative Pronouns (1)

English Lesson - Relative Pronouns (1)

This worksheet was created for primary/elementary students. The most common relative pronouns are who/whom, whoever/whomever, whose, that, and which. This English resource asks students to read th ...
6 Elementary
Demonstrative Adjectives

Demonstrative Adjectives

This power-point presentation is useful for teaching and reviewing demonstrative adjectives (this , that, these, those). It contains some comprehension check questions. This power-point is appropr ...
8 Complete Beginner
Countries and Nationalities

Countries and Nationalities

Natalia
This is an information-gap activity. Students work in pairs. They are given 2 different worksheets with pictures of famous people. Each student tries to guess these people's nationalities and coun ...
10 Complete BeginnerElementary
What Is This In English?

What Is This In English?

punch
This is a worksheet for revising clothes related vocabulary. It can be used in connection with the Clothes PowerPoint Presentation. The students have to build questions and give short answers It ...
3 ElementaryPre-Intermediate
Song Worksheet: Close Your Eyes by Michael Bublé

Song Worksheet: Close Your Eyes by Michael Bublé

This is a song by Michael Bublé to practice different pronouns and possesive adjectives. This exercise was specially designed with adult learners in mind. The singer has a clear pronunciati ...
3 Complete BeginnerElementary

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