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The student brought the book to _______ desk.
A. their
B. him
C. her
D. they
C.
(singular possessvie pronoun)
" It is only ________," the actor said dramatically.
A. I
B. them
C. me
D. us
A.
(predicate nominative pronoun)
We forgot __________ gloves.
A. our
B. him
C. he
D. we
A.
(possessive pronoun)
Antonia and ______ both got to work early today.
A. her
B. I
C. them
D. their
B. I
(two-part subject pronoun)
Most of the people for ______ I voted were elected.
A. who's
B. whom
C. who
D. whose
B.
(whom used as object of preposition)
__________are spending the night on the mountain.
A. She
B. He
C. We
D. Us
C.
(plural subject pronoun)
__________ is not right!
A. It
B. Its
C. We
D. Them
A.
(simple subject pronoun)
The bus driver told Jim and ______ where to get off.
A. me
B. our
C. I
D. they
A
(two-part subject pronoun)
The mechanic showed Ann and _____ friend where the fan belt was.
A. I
B. her
C. mine
D. we
B.
(two-part object pronoun)
The coach gave instructions to _____.
A. they
B. we
C. he
D. them
D.
(plural subject pronoun)
________ is eating dinner tonight?
A. Who
B. Whom
C. Whose
D. Who's
A.
(Who used as a subject)
__________ car is this?
A. Who's
B. Whose
C. Its
D. Their
B.
(distinguishing whose/who's)
______ and Sabrina have never met.
A. Her
B. Their
C. Them
D. She
D.
(two-part subject pronoun)
Maria said loudly, "Those tools are ______.
A. her
B. our
C. mine
D. my
C.
(possessive pronoun)
Yolanda and I arrived first, so __________ began putting out the fire.
A. them
B. us
C. ours
D. we
D.
(pronoun replacement simple subject pronoun)
They began to help ________ to the food.
A. theirselves
B. themself
C. himself
D. themselves

D.
(possessive pronoun)
Carlos wrapped the packages for _________.
A. she
B. I
C. they
D. us
D.
(simple object rponoun)
Neither Mike nor _______ was ready.
A. I
B. me
C. them
D. him
A.
(two-part subject rponoun)
The dog got _____ leg caught in the fence.
A. their
B. it's
C. its
D. him
C.
(possessive pronoun)
Ed and Juan both washed _____ own cars.
A. his
B. their
C. him
D. ours
B.
(possessive pronoun)