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  • Rocking PronounsJeopardyPersonal PronounsDemon./Inter. Pronouns

    Pronoun-AntecedentsReflexivePronounsIndefinitePronounsQ $100Q $200Q $300Q $400Q $500Q $100Q $100Q $100Q $100Q $200Q $200Q $200Q $200Q $300Q $300Q $300Q $300Q $400Q $400Q $400Q $400Q $500Q $500Q $500Q $500Final Jeopardy

  • $100 Question from Personal PronounsIn the sentence below, what is the personal pronoun.

    He ate all the candy.

  • $100 Answer from Personal PronounsHe

  • $200 Question from Personal PronounsWhich word in the sentence below is a personal- possessive pronoun?

    His house was robbed last night.

  • $200 Answer from Personal PronounsHis

  • $300 Question from Personal PronounsWhich word in the sentence is a subject pronoun?

    She gave it to them.

  • $300 Answer from Personal PronounsShe

  • $400 Question from Personal PronounsWhich word in the sentence below is an objective pronoun?

    My friend and I gave this to her after school.

  • $400 Answer from Personal Pronounsher

  • $500 Question from Personal PronounsList the possessive pronouns.

  • $500 Answer from Personal Pronounsmy 2. your 3. his 4. her5.its 6. our 7. their 8. mine9. yours 10. theirs 11. hers12. ours

  • $100 Question from Demonstrative/InterrogativePronounsWhich word in the sentence below isthe demonstrative pronoun?

    This is the best week of school.

  • $100 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsThis

  • $200 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsWhich word in the sentence below is a demonstrative pronoun?

    I bought some candy. These are for you.

  • $200 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsThese

  • $300 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsWhich word is the best fit for the sentence below?

    (Who/Whom) is the best basketball player?

  • $300 Answer from Demonstrative /Interrogative PronounsWho

  • $400 Question from Demonstrative/ Interrogative PronounsWhich is the correct word to use in the following sentence?

    I asked my aunt to tell me for (who/whom) she is named.

  • $400 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative Pronounswhom

  • $500 Question from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsList the Demonstrative and Interrogative Pronouns

  • $500 Answer from Demonstrative/Interrogative PronounsDemonstrative: 1.this 2. that 3. those 4. these

    Interrogative: what 2. which 3. who 4. whom5. whose

  • $100 Question from Pronoun-AntecedentsIn the sentence below, which pronoun BEST fit in the sentence?

    Camping is my favorite hobby because ___ is a time of rest and relaxation.a. she b. they c. it d. its

  • $100 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedentsc. it

  • $200 Question from Pronoun-AntecedentsWhich word BEST completes the sentence?

    Once ___ complete the tests, students may leave.

    a. them b. they c. him d. it

  • $200 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedents b. they

  • $300 Question from Pronoun-AntecedentsWhich pronoun BEST replace the underlined words?

    Grandmother and I watch cartoons each Saturday.

    a. We b. Us c. They d. Them

  • $300 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedentsa. We

  • $400 Question from Pronoun-AntecedentsWhich change should be made to the sentence below to make it correct?

    The boys drove his cars to school quickly.drove to drived b. his to their c. boys to boy d. quickly to more quickly

  • $400 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedentsb. his to their

  • $500 Question from Pronoun-AntecedentsWhat change should be made the to sentence below?Each person should read their book and answer the questions.Person to persons b. their to his c. their to theyre d. book to books

  • $500 Answer from Pronoun-Antecedentb. their to his

  • $100 Question from Reflexive PronounsWhat is the reflexive pronoun in theSentence below?

    She watched herself on TV and felt foolish.

  • $100 Answer from Reflexive Pronounsherself

  • $200 Question from Reflexive PronounsWhat is the reflexive pronoun in the sentence below?

    I use all the resources available to improve myself.

  • $200 Answer from Reflexive Pronounsmyself

  • $300 Question from Reflexive PronounsIs the reflexive pronoun in the sentence 1st person or 3rd person?

    The girls always drive themselves to the mall.

  • $300 Answer from Reflexive Pronounsthemselves, 3rd person

  • $400 Question from Reflexive PronounsWhat two words do we mistake for himself and themselves?

    Are these words in the English Language?

  • $400 Answer from Reflexive Pronounshisself and theirselves

    No they are not.

  • $500 Question from Reflexive PronounsList the reflexive pronouns.

  • $500 Answer from Reflexive PronounsMyself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself, itself, themselves, ourselves

  • $100 Question from Indefinite PronounsWhat is the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below?

    Anyone who thinks they know the answer raise his or her hand.

  • $100 Answer from Indefinite PronounsAnyone

  • $200 Question from Indefinite PronounsWhat is the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below?

    Most of the rocks in the bag are worthless.

  • $200 Answer from Indefinite PronounsMost

  • $300 Question from Indefinite PronounsIs the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below singular?

    Everybody in the band is very talented.

  • $300 Answer from Indefinite PronounsEverybody

    No, False

  • $400 Question from Indefinite PronounsWhat is the indefinite pronoun in the sentence below?

    Is it singular or plural?

    Each of the players has his own pair of shoes.

  • $400 Answer from Indefinite PronounsEachTrue

  • $500 Question from Indefinite PronounsHow many indefinite pronouns are there? List the indefinite pronouns.

  • $500 Answer from Indefinite Pronounsanyone, anybody, anything, nobody, nothing, somebody, someone, everyone, everybody, few, all, each, several, neither, none, either

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  • Final JeopardyWhat is the correct definition for the following?Pronoun Antecedent Which Georgia Performance Standard are we mastering? (GPS)

  • Final Jeopardy AnswerPronoun a word that takes the place of a noun

    Antecedent the noun a pronoun replaces

    Georgia Performance Standard (GPS): ELA6C1: The student demonstrates knowledge of the English Language in written and spoken form. Element: a. ii- the proper use of pronouns