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100

Identify a Direct Object or a Predicate Nominative in the following sentence: Miss Roberts is our teacher this week.
teacher, PN

100

Change the form of the pronoun in parentheses, if necessary to make it fit in the sentence below: ______ friends will meet ____ at the airport. (we)
Our, us

100

Identify the correct pronoun and then tell how it's used, Subject? Predicate Nominative? Direct Object? Indirect Object or Object of the Preposition? At the picnic, (we, us) girls won the sack race.
we, subject

100

What are the indefinite pronouns in the following sentences: Each of the students has received a report slip. Both of the men were found in the forest. Most of the water in the world is salty. Nobody wants to go out in the icy rain.
Each, Both, Most, Nobody

100

Choose the correct verb in each sentence: One of my favorite books (is, are) right here. It (don't, doesn't) matter to me which one we go to. (Has, Have) any of the windshield wipers been changed? Most of the firemen (was, were) back in the station already.
is, doesn't, Have, were

200

Identify a Direct Object or a Predicate Nominative in the following sentence: The lunchroom served hamburgers today.
hamburgers, DO

200

Change the form of the pronoun in parentheses, if necessary to make it fit in the sentence below: We applauded ____ for ____funny performance. (they)
them, their

200

Identify the correct pronoun and then tell how it's used, Subject? Predicate Nominative? Direct Object? Indirect Object or Object of the Preposition? Frank took Jim and (I, me) to the planetarium on Friday.
me, DO

200

Identify all interrogative pronouns in the following sentences: Whom did the school send to the state science fair? What are you doing on Saturday? Whose yellow bike is that, because it has a flat tire? Which of the two books did you like better?
whom, what, whose, which

200

Identify the subject and pick the verb in each sentence: Each of the board members (has, have) written a response. Some of my meals (need, needs) reworking. Most of the kittens (was, were) already spoken for. Neither of the balloons (is, are) picked up yet.
1. Each has 2. Some need 3. Most were 4 Neither is

300

Identify a Direct Object or a Predicate Nominative in the following sentence: The band played "America the Beautiful."
America the Beautiful, DO

300

Change the form of the pronoun in parentheses, if necessary to make it fit in the sentence below: An elephant can use ____ trunk to peel a banana. (it)
its

300

Identify the correct pronoun and then tell how it's used, Subject? Predicate Nominative? Direct Object? Indirect Object or Object of the Preposition? It might have been (she, her) who sang in the shower.
she, PN

300

Identify the subject and pick the verb in each sentence: By midnight, many of the revelers (was, were) ready to sing. It (isn't, aren't) time to go to bed, right? (Do, Does) any of your friends know that movie? (Have, Has) everybody already had the french fries?
1. many, were 2. It isn't 3. any Do 4. everybody has

400

Identify a Direct Object or a Predicate Nominative in the following sentence: Pastor Allen visits the sick each week.
sick, DO

400

Change the form of the pronoun in parentheses, if necessary to make it fit in the sentence below: May I help ____ with ____ chores, or would you rather do them ______? (you)
you, your, yourself

400

Identify the correct pronoun and then tell how it's used, Subject? Predicate Nominative? Direct Object? Indirect Object or Object of the Preposition? The chocolate cake was divided between Bella and (me, I).
me, OP

400

Identify the subject and pick the verb in each sentence: Some of the delegates (has, have) not arrived yet. Neither of the jars (was, were) cracked. All of the ice cream (was, were) eaten. Most of the people (was, were) satisfied with the new boat.
1. Some have 2. Neither was 3. All was 4. Most were

500

Identify a Direct Object or a Predicate Nominative in the following sentence: My grandmother has been a Christian for fifty years.
Christian, PN

500

Change the form of the pronoun in parentheses, if necessary to make it fit in the sentence below: Mom asked ____ how ____ would like to celebrate ____ birthday. (I)
me, I, my

500

Identify the correct pronoun and then tell how it's used, Subject? Predicate Nominative? Direct Object? Indirect Object or Object of the Preposition? Mrs. Moore thanked (we, us) for finishing science early.
us, DO

500

Identify all OBJECTIVE CASE pronouns in these sentences: She wrote him a thank-you note. Didn't he say we could go with them? The gift was for me, but they accidentally gave it to her. Shouldn't you check with them before you leave with us?
him, them, me, her, them, us Objective case pronouns: me, us, you, him, her, it, them Objective case is used for DIRECT OBJECTS, INDIRECT OBJECTS AND OBJECT OF THE PROPOSITION.

500

Identify the subject and pick the verb in each sentence: Everyone in the world (is, are) a sinner. All of the dogs (was, were) barking loudly. Somebody (has, have) forgotten the picnic basket. Several of the azalea bushes (is, are) already in bloom.
1. Everyone is 2. All were 3. Somebody has 4. Several are