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Day 13 Pronouns Advanced

Pronouns – Advanced

On Day 3 we saw the basic application of pronouns. Today, let’s look at an advanced level of pronouns.

  1. Reciprocal: each other, one another
  2. Relative: that, which, who, whom
  3. Demonstrative: this, that, these, those
  4. Interrogative: who, whom, whose, which, what
  5. Indefinite: anything, anybody, anyone, something, somebody, someone, nothing, nobody, none, no one

Proceed to the Test below:

  • Question of

    This is a new catheter manual and __ is an old one.

    • that
    • it
  • Question of

    Mr Parker’s house is near __.

    • her’s
    • hers
  • Question of

    __ sincerely.

    • Your’s
    • Yours
  • Question of

    The choice is __, Mr Parker.

    • yours
    • your’s
  • Question of

    This is the most recent medical history of these sisters. __ warn something?

    • do they
    • does it
  • Question of

    __ goes without saying that Ms Lee will recuperate in two days.

    • That
    • It
  • Question of

    __ said, we can now discuss some of the diet plans ideal for you.

    • That
    • It
  • Question of

    Ms Lee lives with her three friends and ___.

    • me
    • I
  • Question of

    Mr Isaac, was it you who rang ___ up at 3.00? I was fast asleep then.

    • me
    • I
  • Question of

    My husband and __ cannot manage it by ourselves.

    • me
    • I

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Day 13 Case Notes Analysis

Correct Usage 13 – Apostrophe