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KISS Grammar Exercises Adapted from
Introductory Lessons in English Grammar For Use in Intermediate Grades
By Wm. H. Maxwell, M.A.
L1.1 # 26
Pronouns -- Person, Number, and Case
 
Directions: In the sentences below, twenty pronouns are numbered and in bold. In the following table, write the person, number, and case of each numbered pronoun. (Remember that possessive pronouns, like possessive nouns, can function as adjectives.)

1. What is the use of talking, if you have nothing to say?
 

2. Pray tell me, little Katydid, what did poor Katy do?
 

3. Oh! what did you have at the party, dear Nellie?

           Cakes, oranges, candies, and everything nice?

    Did you bring any home? What is that in your pocket?

           Oh! say, did they send us some good orange ice?

4. Let us hasten to that spring, and refresh ourselves with its cool water.
 

5. Bees gather honey for themselves, and men rob them of it.
 

6. The king built himself a great palace.