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Personal Pronouns: Subject and Object Pronouns... by LearnersoftheWorld | Teachers Pay Teachers

Description Personal Pronouns: Subject and Object Pronouns Worksheets - Grades Two and Three. There are 3 printables which are geared towards grades two and three. Answer keys are included too! Great for test prep, homework, review, and group work. ***If you plan on sharing this resource, please purchase the appropriate number of licenses Easier worksheets geared towards grades 1 and 2 are here! Personal Pronouns: Subject and Object Pronouns Learners of the World!

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Download these pronoun worksheets and use them in class today. Below you'll find a collection of free PDF worksheets for teaching English pronouns. The

Download these pronoun worksheets and use them in class today. Below you'll find a collection of free PDF worksheets for teaching English pronouns. The pronoun worksheets below include personal pronoun worksheets, possessive pronoun worksheets, and demonstrative pronoun worksheets. All these pronoun worksheets include both questions and answers.

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What is a Pronoun? What are the types of pronouns? Personal Pronouns: I, me, you, your, they, us, who, it we Possessive Pronouns: my, your, its, our, his, her, their Demonstrative Pronouns: this, that, these, those Indefinite Pronouns: another, both, any, all, several, each, few, none Reflexive Pronouns: ends with self or selves– himself, herself, itself… Interrogative Pronouns: who, whom, whose, which, what (begins a question) Intensive Pronouns: ends with self or selves and adds emphasis…

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