4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- -refer back to the subject of a sentence of clause
myself, yourself, himself, itself, oneself, ourselves, yourself, themselves
-cannot be removed
example: Veronica pranks herself
herself is referring back to Veronica
- beings with preposition
made up of prepositions/nouns/pronouns
- don't refer to specific things
-express the idea of: all, some, any, or none
-all. anybody, both, everything, few, most, none, some, somebody
- refer to individual parts of a plural antecedent
-each other, one another
example: The pirates began to fight with one another over their gold.
3 True/False Questions
Personal Pronouns → I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
-all can be changed to different forms
example: I = Me, My, Mine
Intensive Pronouns → same form as reflexive pronouns, but they emphasize the subject of the sentence more
-can be removed
example: He painted the apartment himself
himself is referring back to he, but it can be removed from the sentence and still makes sense.
Compound Prepositions → express relationship in time, space, or other senses between nouns or pronouns and other words in the sentence