Pronoun: Replace the noun with the correct pronoun

A pronoun is a part of speech that we use when there is a noun that comes many in a sentence. We replace the nouns with the right pronouns when a noun comes again and again. Let’s take an example.

Pronoun: Replace the noun with the correct pronoun

An Example of replacing the underlined nouns with the right pronouns:

We will learn an example of replacing the underlined nouns with the right pronouns.

Example:

John is absent from class today because John has not been feeling well since yesterday. John will join the school again in the coming week.

In the above example the noun, John is coming, again and again, therefore, now we will replace the underlined noun with the correct pronoun. Now the sentence will become.

John is absent from the class today because He has not been feeling well since yesterday. He will join the school again in the coming week.”

We replace the noun, John with “he, because the correct pronoun for the male animal is “he”.  

Replace the underlined nouns with the right pronoun exercise:

Here will give you an exercise in which you have to replace the underlined nouns with the right pronoun. There are 10 sentences for replacing the underlined nouns with the right pronoun.

1. Manvi will go for Diwali shopping with her cousin.

2. My father and my mother will donate some money and clothes to charity.

3. I went to a restaurant with my friends, but I forgot my wallet at home.

4. I have bought a pen, but it is not working perfectly.

5. My brother always goes to school without having breakfast.

6. There is a big park near to my home where my friends and I play every evening.

7. Divya wants to study abroad therefore she applied for a foreign scholarship.

8. Ahmed, Naveed, and I are best friends as well as neighbors.

9. Ria has chosen her life Partner.

10. Manveer and Mayank take music and English Grammar classes.

Pronoun: Replace the noun with the correct pronoun

Thus, this is an exercise of replacing the underlined nouns with the correct pronouns.

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