6th grade Lang Arts

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Identify each pronoun as personal, reflexive, demonstrative, indefinite or interogative.

1. These are Elberta peaches, which are very popular in the United States.
Ans: these = indefinite

2. Nobody really knows where the fruit came from originally.
Ans: nobodoy = indefinite

3. We read a story that may or may not be true.
Ans: we = personal

4. Who started the story?
Ans: who = interrogative

5. One of them was particularly beautiful.
Ans: one = indefinite
them = personal

6. The man named the peach after his wife, Elberta.
Ans: his = personal

7. He soon found himself at the forefront of commercial peach production in Georgia.
Ans: he = personal
himself = reflexive

8. He developed ways to ship peaches so they would arrive in good condition.
Ans: he = personal
they = personal

Complete each sentence with the correct pronoun in parentheses. Then tell whether it's a subject or object pronoun.
1. Elizabeth Blackwell's life storey was fascinating to Lisa and (I, me).
Ans: me = object

2. I admire (she, her) and her sister.
Ans: her = object

3. Patricia and (I, me) will sing for you.
Ans: I = subject

4. Bring (he, him) some paper.
Ans: him = object

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  1. All looks very good.

    The only notation I'd make is that in the second #4, "him" is the indirect object, but maybe your teacher doesn't need you to be that specific.

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