Pronoun Quizzes & Trivia

“He said, she said, that he said, she said.” Imagine if pronouns wouldn’t have been invented, we would never have enjoyed this pun. But jokes aside, test yourself on these pronoun quizzes to see how much you really know about he/she and all the rest of them!

“How does a reflexive pronoun behave?”, “What is the name of the case when the meaning of a pronoun is dependent on the meaning of another referential element?”, “In reference to a person, one may use who (subject), whom (object) or whose (possessive). What is the name of such a pronoun?”, “What is the definition of determiners and how are they different from pronouns?”, and “In what language is the use of pronouns forbidden?” So, stop being rude and mind your pronouns!

Students in elementary schools are naive and too young. So, whatever they are being taught must be done with the right information and knowledge. Whatever subject they have to study, they must build a strong base first. Here, in...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 8455   |  Last updated: Nov 15, 2019
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    My name is Sonia. ___ love my family.

This quiz will test your knowledge on how to use the pronouns "I" and "me".

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 3696   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2018
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    Sandra and (I/me) went to the beach.

This is the test about indefinite pronouns.

Questions: 3  |  Attempts: 990   |  Last updated: Mar 7, 2016
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    What is the right form?

A pronoun is a word that can function as a noun phrase, in reference to either a person or thing speaking or being mentioned in the discourse of spoken word or scripture. How much do you know about pronouns?

Questions: 7  |  Attempts: 650   |  Last updated: Jul 5, 2017
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    I had two mobile phones, this is the one that I got for my birthday.What type of pronoun is the word "this"?

Complete the sentences. Use: THIS - THAT - THESE - THOSE 

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 620   |  Last updated: Jan 17, 2013




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I had two mobile phones, this is the one that I got for my birthday.What type of pronoun is the word this?
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What is the difference between Upon and Apon?
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