I.4 PRONOUN ANTECEDENT AGREEMENT

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Independent Practice : 

Independent Practice I.4 Pronoun- Antecedent Agreement

1. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

1. Choose the sentence that contains an error. Each of the girls likes her advisor. Both Jimmy and Bobby like his pizza. All of the children hung their jackets in the closet. All students got points on their exam.

2. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. : 

2. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. The dog is sleeping in their basket. Someone left their tablet on the table. Neither of the boys knows their multiplication tables. D. My mother says children should mind their manners.

3. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

3. Choose the sentence that contains an error. Most of the milk leaked out of its carton. The teacher let one of the boys call their mother. He did it himself. The principal asked the students for their cooperation.

4. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

4. Choose the sentence that contains an error. The vacuum and it’s accessories are in the hall closet. B. We must give our best effort tomorrow. C. Please put the ferrets back into their cage. D. Either Rhonda or Jill will give her speech tomorrow.

5. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

5. Choose the sentence that contains an error. Each of the runners ran their best race. The students are in their desks. C. Everyone should complete his homework. D. Every man must pull his own weight.

6. Choose the correct word. How many members expressed _____ thoughts? : 

6. Choose the correct word. How many members expressed _____ thoughts? A. its B. his C. they D. their

7. Choose the correct word.My pencil and pen have _____ own place in the drawer. : 

7. Choose the correct word.My pencil and pen have _____ own place in the drawer. it B. its C. they D. their

8. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

8. Choose the sentence that contains an error. A. Each member voted for his favorite food. B. Call me when Jason or Kyle reaches his destination. C. Everyone at the meeting had made up their own mind. D. Some of the paint has lost its color.

9. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

9. Choose the sentence that contains an error. All of the turtles will return to their burrows. Some of the ink lost its brightness. C. Few parents are unsure of their rules. D. Neither the teacher nor the students brought his or her tickets.

10. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. : 

10. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. Kayla braided her hair before she left. B. Each of the brothers has their distinct personality. C. Most of the singers sang his or her solo. D. All of the lions sunbathed itself on the rocks.

11. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. : 

11. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. The cat ate its food quickly. B. Each student voted for its favorite food. C. The groom found its tuxedo. D. Todd and Keith went to his own graduation.

12. Choose the sentence that contains an error. : 

12. Choose the sentence that contains an error. Neither Bob nor Joe brought his notes. B. The singers spent hours cleaning their outfits. C. Every dog in the show is wearing their outfit. D. Mary and Sue are taking their gym bags to class.

13. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. All of the girls cleaned out _____ lockers. : 

13. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. All of the girls cleaned out _____ lockers. her B. its C. their D. his

14. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. : 

14. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. The calf recognized their mother. B. Someone left their sweater at my house. C. Ms. McCoy put her money in the safe. D. Billy and Sam knew his vocabulary words.

15. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence.Everyone read ______ novel. : 

15. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence.Everyone read ______ novel. his or her B. its C. their D. they’re

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