Lesson 30 – Parts of Speech – Pronouns

This lesson is a review of the five kinds of pronouns.
Instructions: Find each pronoun and tell what kind it is. It is either personal, relative, demonstrative, indefinite, or interrogative.
1. From whom did you get that?
2. Neither of my brothers would read me the story.
3. You need someone who will be kind to others.
4. What does this have to do with me?
5. I liked the play that you hated.
–For answers scroll down.

1. whom – interrogative, you – personal, that – demonstrative
2. neither – indefinite, my – personal, me – personal
3. you – personal, someone – indefinite, who – relative, others – indefinite
4. what – interrogative, this – demonstrative, me – personal
5. I – personal, that – relative, you – personal

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