Sept.
The Printable KISS Workbooks The KISS Workbooks Anthology
 
The
Woodcutter 
1891
by
Winslow
Homer
(1836-1910) 
Pronouns as Predicate Nouns

Adapted from
English for Use -- Book Three
by John H. Beveridge, Belle M. Ryan,
& William D. Lewis
Philadelphia, 1926: 
The John C. Winston Company, 173.

Directions: 
1. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase.
2. Underline every subject once and every finite verb twice, and label complements.
3. Select the correct pronoun for formal writing.

1. Do you think it was _____ who said it? (she, her)

2. It was _____ who did it. (we, us)

3. Would you go if you were _____ ? (me, I)

4. Was it _____ who told you? (he, him)

5. Would you go to camp if you were _____ ? (she, her)

6. It is _____ whom we fear. (they, them)

7. It was _____ who just passed the house. (he, him)

8. Who is it? It is _____ . (me, I)

9. If I had been _____ , I would not have done it. (she, her)

10. If you were _____ what would you do? (we, us)

11. He said it was _____ . (me, I)

12. What would you do if you were _____ ? (they, them)

13. I thought you said it was _____ .  (he, him)

14. Was it _____ or _____ who did it?   (he, him) (she, her)

15. It was _____ to whom they spoke. (we, us)