Pronoun Worksheets
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We have oodles of printable pronoun worksheets on this page: singular & plural, indefinite, personal, relative, reflexive pronouns and most kinds have a pronouns list.

These will give your students examples of the main way that we use pronouns in sentences. Also, most of our grammar worksheets also have a cursive version. 


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First, What are Pronouns?

A pronoun takes the place of a noun and is used as a subject or object like a noun is used.

John bats the ball. > He bats the ball.

Mary sits nicely. > She sits nicely.

Pronouns take the place of nouns, yet it is handy to have a list of pronouns to be able to refer to or to memorize,  since pronouns seem to keep their identity better than nouns and verbs! See below for the kinds of pronoun printables we have.

Printable List of Pronouns



Printable Pronoun Worksheets

Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns List

Demonstrative pronouns can also be called indicative pronouns as they indicate whether things are near or close.

Singular - this, that

Plural - these, those

These pronouns demonstrate an aspect of a thing being close or far either figuratively or physically. See these examples:

Figuratively

  • My idea is this....
  • His idea is that....
  • These ideas come from home.
  • Those ideas come from somewhere else.

Physically

  • This ball is close.
  • That base is far.
  • These pencils in my hand are close.
  • Those pens in the drawer are far.

Demonstrative Pronouns Worksheets

Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite Pronouns List

Indefinite pronouns are inclusive, the word does not define a specific thing. In the negative, these pronouns include indefinite persons or things.

  • An indefinite pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun and takes the place of an antecedent that is not named and that cannot be named as a specific person or thing.

Singular

all

another

any

anybody

anyone

anything

each

either

every

everybody

everyone

everything

few

little

much

neither

nobody

nothing

Singular

none

one

other

some

somebody

someone

something

what

whatever

whatsoever

who

whom

whomever

which

whom

whose

whosoever


Plural

both

few

many

others

several

Singular or Plural

all

any

more

none

some

The first worksheet download here has two pages and the second has four. Each have a list of indefinite pronouns.

Indefinite Pronoun Worksheets



Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogative Pronoun List

Singular or Plural

Nominative - who, which, what
Possessive - whose, whose
Objective - whom, which, what

Interrogative Pronoun Worksheets

Objective Pronouns List

Objective pronouns are pronouns in the objective case and are easier to recognize than nouns in the objective because they have different spellings from the subjective or nominative pronouns.

  • An objective pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun (pro-noun) and is used as a direct object, indirect object or object of a preposition. 

Objective pronoun list: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them, whom (people), what (things). Have the children practice quickly with this objective pronouns list, one is in cursive.

The second pronoun list includes the reflexive pronouns and has a cursive version, too. Sometimes quickly copying the list is a great way for children to remember object pronouns.

Object Pronoun Worksheets

These sets of worksheets use objective pronouns in sentences. First come the direct objects and then the indirect objects. In these next exercises the direct and indirect object pronouns are written in gray where the rest of the words are written in black.

1. Direct Object - A direct object is the noun or pronoun that receives the action of a transitive verb in the ACTIVE voice and is formed in the objective case. 

2. Indirect Object - An indirect object is the noun or pronoun that receives the direct object and is formed in the objective case. It is another objective complement. An objective pronoun is a word used instead of a noun to name an object. 

Personal Pronouns

Personal Pronouns List

Personal pronouns are the only English words that show their case by their spelling - well, most of them. In the different cases there's a different word to use:

  • When a pronoun is used as a subject, it is in the nominative case (it names the person or thing acting or being). 
  • When a pronoun is used as an adjective showing ownership or possession, it is in the possessive case.
  • When a pronoun is used as an object (direct, indirect, or object of a preposition), it is in the objective case.

Nominative Case
Subject

Nominative Pronouns Replace the Subject

I

you

he

she

it

we

they

Possessive Case
Ownership

Possessive Pronouns Express Ownership

mine

yours

his

hers

its

ours

theirs

Objective Case
Object

Direct Object, Indirect Object, Object of the Preposition

me, myself

you, yourself

him, himself

her, herself

it, itself

us, ourselves

them, themselves

anything, nothing

Reflexive Personal Pronoun Worksheets

Reflexive or intensive pronouns? These worksheets have examples of reflexive pronouns (compound or intensive pronouns).

See also compound pronouns. This set begins with a list exercise.

Possessive Pronouns

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns List

Relative pronouns take the place of nouns and join or relate a dependent adjective clause to an antecedent in another clause.

The sun, which was setting, radiated throughout the sky.

Singular or Plural

Nominative - who, which, what
Possessive - whose, whose
Objective - whom, which, what

Relative Pronouns Worksheets

Expanded List Of Pronouns

Hint: They, their, theirs, and them are neuter personal pronouns. Simply change the y of "they" to i or m if you are speaking of people or things.

Singular and Plural Pronouns

Singular Pronouns List

I - nominative

mine, my - possessive

me - objective

you - nominative, obj.

yours, your - possessive

he - masculine, nominative

she - feminine, nominative

it - neuter, nominative

his - masculine, possessive

hers - feminine, possessive

its - neuter, possessive

him - masculine, objective

her - feminine, objective

Plural Pronouns List

we - nominative

ours - possessive

us - objective

you - nominative, objective

yours - possessive

they - neuter, nominative

theirs, their - neuter, possessive

them - neuter, objective

Compound Personal Pronouns List In English
(Reflexive Pronouns, Self Pronouns, And Intensive Pronouns)

What are Personal Pronouns, Compound Personal Pronouns, Reflexive Pronouns, Self Pronouns, And Intensive Pronouns?

They are all defined by the way they are used either to reflect the antecedent or to emphasize the antecedent.

Singular

Plural

First Person

Nominative And Objective

myself

ourselves


Second Person

Nominative And Objective

yourself

yourselves

Third Person


Nominative And Objective

oneself
himself
herself
itself


themselves

Oneself may also be written as two words - one's self.

Pronouns Of Place

Pronouns of place speak of position.

Hint: Pronouns of place are spelled with the word "here":

here

there

where

Come here!
Do not go there.
Where?

Anywhere.

Everywhere.

You might also like our noun, adjective, and verb worksheets.

Thank you for visiting our printable pronoun worksheets.

~Mary

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