Pronoun Antecedent - Godsey
An antecedent is a word for which a pronoun stands. ( ante = "before") The pronoun must agree with its antecedent in number. Rule: A singular pronoun must replace a singular noun; a plural pronoun must replace a plural noun.
Terms in this set (20)
Either Sam or Julia will turn in ________ report.
Anybody can learn to set up ________ own tent.
Each of the boys takes care of ________own room.
Neither Tom nor Jim can give ________ report today.
Anyone can join our group if ________ is really interested.
The team can't play ________ best when it's too hot.
Either Bill or Tony will lend you _______ book.
Everyone should do ________ best work on the project.
George wants to go into politics; he finds _________ exciting.
Everyone should be in __________ seat before the curtain goes up.
Some of the team are wearing _______ new helmets.
Every class officer will do ________ best.
I find that playing bridge is hard on _______ nerves.
Many of the boys lost _______ jackets at the dance.
Everybody will receive _________ scores in the mail.
People in general hate to have ______mistakes pointed out to them.
When my dogs discovered the rabbit hole, _______ lost their minds.
Neighbors can be obnoxious, but you hate to give ______ any reason to think you're obnoxious too.
After school, you've got to get _____ stuff together right away!
Don't you take my marker without asking! It's _______