Replace the words in brackets by the correct personal pronouns. Note that Sue is the person speaking. The (*) means that you are asked a question.
Q. My name is Sue. (Sue) ___________ am English. And this is my family.
Sue is speaking itself
My name is Sue. (Sue) ____I_____ am English. And this is my family.
Therefore, Sue will be replaced by I
My mum's name is Angie. (Angie) __________ is from Germany.
Angie is talking about her mother, so we will use "She" for her.
Bob is my dad. _________ is a waiter.
Bob is my dad. He is a waiter.
Dad is the male so we will use the 'He' for him.
On the left you can see Simon. _____________ is my brother.
On the left you can see Simon. He is my brother.
Which is possessive pronoun in sentence ' I played guitar but my brother played his piano. "
Possessive nouns are nouns that show ownership or possession. Normally these words would be a singular or plural noun, but in the possessive form they are used as adjectives to modify another a noun or pronoun.
In this statement, his is the possessive noun.
Our dog is a girl, Judy. ___________ is two years old.
Our dog is a girl, Judy. She is two years old.
________ live in Canterbury.
We live in Canterbury.
______ is not far from London.
" It" Is the right answer.
It is not far from London.
My grandparents live in London. __________ often come and see us.
"My grandparents live in London”. They often come and see us.
What can ________ tell me about your family?
"What can you tell me about your family"?