Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet has been prepared for learning English Grammar of Class 5 under CBSE, ICSE, and Other State boards as Lesson No 8. Class 5 students in their English Grammar learning process will get help from the Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet to achieve better speaking and writing skills in English.

This Lesson 8, Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet contains – What is a Pronoun?, Types of Pronouns in English Grammar, and Examples of Pronouns with a practice worksheet at the end for better knowledge for class 7.

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What is a Pronoun?

(1) Ranit is a good boy. (2) Ranit reads in class 5.

(3) He loves to play cricket. (4) He stands first in the class.

In sentences (1) and (2) ‘Ranit’ has been repeated and that is a Noun. Repetition of the same noun is not good in English. In Sentences (3) and (4) ‘He’ is used in place of ‘Ranit’. So, here ‘He’ is called a Pronoun.

pronoun is a word used in place of a Noun.

Types of Pronouns

A pronoun may be of different kinds.

1. Personal Pronoun

Pronouns that stand for a person or thing are called Personal pronouns. For example, I, we, you, He, She, They, It, Me, Us, Him, Her, Them.

Example:

  • He gives you a pen.
  • They are playing football.
  • She told you that she was not ill.

Personal pronoun table according to person, number, subject, and object.

   PersonSingularPlural Singular Plural 
1st IWemeus
2nd youyouyouyou
3rdHe / She/itTheyHim / Her/itThem

Worksheet 1

A. Identify the highlighted pronouns as first, second, or third person personal pronouns.

1. I am a student.

2. Do you know her?

3. They met us yesterday.

4. They were waiting for him.

5. Did she beat you in the finals?

6. Tony drove us around the town.

7. Can you take the dog for a walk?

8. The tap doesn’t work. Can the plumber fix it?

9. You are the best player in the team. We are depending on you.

Worksheet 2

B. Rewrite these sentences correctly.

1. Mahima helped they.

2. Him invited she for dinner.

3. Do you want to come with I?

4. Us are going to the mall with they.

5. The doctor gave he an injection.

6. Rajiv and me have baby brothers.

7. Her is running up and down the stairs.

8. The teacher asked we to complete the homework quickly.

2. Possessive pronoun

Personal pronouns can refer to some possessions and are used in two forms. Mine, ours, yours, his, hers, and theirs, are called Possessive pronouns. No Noun is placed after them.

Example:

  • This pen is mine.
  • This garden is yours.
  • Ours is a small kingdom.
  • The bag is hers.
My, our, your, his, her, and their, are called Pronominal Adjectives or Possessive Adjectives when they are used before Nouns. They also denote some possessions.

Example:

  • This is my pen.
  • This is your garden.
  • Our kingdom is small.
  • That is her bag.

Worksheet 3

C. Fill in the blanks with the correct possessive pronouns.

1. I have not yet found my missing bag. Have you found (yours/your)?

2. This umbrella is (her/hers).

3. Those marbles are (his/him).

4. This bag is (my/mine) and the one on the table is (your/yours).

5. These books are (her/hers).

6. The blue car is (their/theirs). The red one is (our/ours).

7. (Our/Ours) is a brilliant team. (Their/Theirs) is not so good.

8. You may share these chocolates. They are all (my/mine).

9. My pencil is broken. Can I borrow (your/yours)?

3. Self-pronoun

Myself, Ourselves, yourself, yourselves, Himself, Herself, itself, themselves, are called self – pronouns. self – pronouns have two different forms.

Reflexive Pronouns.

When the subject of a sentence reflects the same object, Self - Pronouns are used as objects and they are called Reflexive pronouns.

Example:

  • I hurt myself.
  • We enjoyed ourselves.
  • He killed himself.
Reflexive Pronouns are generally used after verbs or prepositions.

Forms of self–pronouns:

Subject PronounsObject Reflexive Pronouns
Imyself
weourselves
youyourself
youyourselves
HeHimself
Sheherself
Ititself
TheyThemselves

Emphatic Pronouns.

When the self–pronouns are used to emphasize the nouns or pronouns, Emphatic pronouns are used. 
  • myself did the work.
  • The boy himself was surprised at his success.
  • She made the dress herself.
Emphatic Pronouns are generally used after Nouns or pronouns.


Emphasizing Pronoun cannot stand alone as subject.


Example:
 

Myself saw him to go. (Incorrect)

I saw him to go. / I myself saw him to go. (correct)

Priya and myself will go to Kolkata. (Incorrect)

Priya and I will go to Kolkata./Priya and I myself will go to Kolkata.  (correct)

Reflexive pronouns and Emphatic Pronouns have the same forms. Their names are different according to their uses in sentences.

Example:

  • I myself wrote the letter. ( Emphatic pronoun)
  • She poured herself a cup of coffee. ( Reflexive pronoun)
  • The beggar hurt himself. ( Reflexive pronoun)
  • Ronita herself came to my house. ( Emphatic pronoun)
  • He set himself hard work. ( Reflexive pronoun)
  • They themselves spoke to the president. ( Emphatic pronoun)

When the subject is singular, the self–pronoun will be in singular ( i.e. self ), and when the subject is in plural self–pronoun will be in the plural (i.e. ‘selves’).

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 4

D. Fill in the blanks with suitable pronouns and write if they are emphasizing or reflexive pronouns.

1. The girl hurt ___________ .

2. She spoke to me ___________ .

3. Have you ___________ seen it?

4. She ___________ solved the sums.

5. The children behaved ___________.

6. You ___________ gave me this card.

7. I chopped the vegetables ___________.

8. She completed the homework ___________.

9. I  ___________ requested the teacher to help me finish my work.

4. Demonstrative Pronoun

This, that, these, those, and such, are called Demonstrative Pronouns as they are used to point out the persons or things to which refer to. They are used alone at the beginning of a sentence.

Example:

  • This is my book.
  • That is a flower.
  • Those are flying birds.
  • Such are the things you should not do.
When This, that, these, those, such, are used with a noun, they are called Demonstrative Adjectives.

Example:

  • This book is mine.
  • That flower is yours.
  • Those birds are flying.
  • You should not do such things.

5. Indefinite Pronoun

When a pronoun refers to a person or thing in a general way, they are called an Indefinite pronoun. 

Examples:

some, any, none, many, everyone, anyone, everybody, nobody, somebody, anybody, everything, something, nothing, all, much, little, others.

Example:

  • Everyone praised him.
  • Do any of you like it?
  • None trust a liar.
  • Some of the mangoes were rotten.

6. Relative Pronoun

When a pronoun relates or joins two sentences, it is called Relative pronoun. Examples, who, whom, that, whose, as.

Example:

  • I know a man who is a doctor.
  • This is the pen that I lost yesterday.
  • It is Joti whom I love much.

7. Distributive Pronoun

When  pronoun refers to two persons or things separately, it is called Distribute Pronouns. Examples,Each, Either, Neither.

Example:

  • Each of the girls was present there.
  • Neither of them is honest.
  • Either of the boys is intelligent.

8. Reciprocal Pronoun

Each other and one another are called Reciprocal Pronouns as they set relations between one or more persons or things. Examples, Each other, one another.

Example:

  • They love each other.
  • They help one another.

9. Interrogative Pronoun

Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions. Examples, Who, which, what, when, where, whose, whose.

Example:

  • Who am I?
  • What is your name?
  • Which book do you want?
  • Where do you love?
  • Whose bag is this?
  • When will he come?
who, whom, and whose both are examples of Interrogative Pronouns and Relative Pronouns. But their uses in sentences are different.
  • Who made this noise?  (Interrogative Pronouns)
  • I know the man who is your friend. (Relative Pronoun)
  • When will she go? (Interrogative Pronouns )
  • She had gone when the train came. (Relative Pronoun)
  • Whose book is this? (Interrogative Pronouns )
  • This is the man whose son is a doctor.  (Relative Pronoun)

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 5

E. Underline the pronouns and write their kind.

1. They hid themselves inside the house.

2. Ours is the best garden in the colony.

3. What is the latest weather report?

4. Who will lead the school football team?

5. The student hurt himself.

6. I myself requested the teacher to help me make a poster.

7. She worked on the project herself.

8. Have you drawn this chart yourself? Did your father help you?

9. These photographs are very old. Take good care of them.

10. Whom does he want to speak to?

11. These are the shoes that I bought recently.

12. Those are my paints.

13. This is the pen that my sister gave me..

14. I bought the crayons myself.

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 6 

F. Correct the use of pronouns in these sentences.

1. My friend and me went to the mall on Sunday,

2. This is my pencil box. That is your,

3. My parents are in Uttarakhand. Me visit they often.

4. Them arrived on time and brought gifts for I,

5. Are this your shoes?

6. Those clothes are her.

7. Me met hers on Sunday.

8. His and myself went to the fair.

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 7

G. Underline the Pronouns in the sentences:

1. I miss you.

2. This is a mango tree.

3. That is an apple.

4. These are woollen clothes.

5. I believe him.

6. Who is absent today?

7. What is your name?

8. Which of the two your house?

9. He blamed himself.

10. I enjoyed myself.

11. I myself did it.

12. This garden is mine.

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 8

H. Fill in the blanks with Personal Pronouns.

1. __________ feel very hungry.

2. __________ don’t know this.

3. Father never listens to  __________

4. __________ rains daily.

5. __________ is winter now.

6. __________ is 9 o’clock.

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 9

I. Fill in the blanks with Interrogative Pronouns.

1. __________ is the latest news?

2. __________ is your plan?

3. __________ of these pens do you like?

4. __________  is there?

5. __________ do you have for lunch?

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 10

J. Fill in the blanks with self Pronouns:

1. Nira saw  __________ in the mirror.

2. Rina, dry  __________ with a towel.

3. They were happy with  __________ .

4. They enjoyed  __________ in the garden.

5. I  __________ locked the door.

6. The Headmaster  __________ looked into the matter.

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 11 

K. Fill in the blanks with Possessive Pronouns:

1. You are a friend of  __________

2 This bag is  __________

3. I am a brother of  __________

4. This book is  __________

5. This umbrella is  __________

6. He is a friend of  __________

7. This ring is  __________

8. Whose book is this? It is  __________

9. Your book is better than  __________

Types of Pronouns Class 5 English Grammar Worksheet 12

L. Fill in the blanks with pronouns:

1. __________ is a fat dog.

2. __________ knows what they want.

3. __________ is  your pen.

4. That pen is  __________

5. None will help  __________

6. He  __________ loves me.

7. __________  ate  his lunch.

8. Nilam was proud of __________ .

9. Tell  __________ what  __________  think.

10. I know  __________  own work.

11. __________ pen is this?

12. __________ is he?

13. __________ is the matter?

14. He gives  __________ a book.

Class 5 English Grammar: All Topics & Chapters👇:

Chapter 1. Parts of speech

Chapter 2. The sentence and Types

Chapter 3.  Subject and Predicate

Chapter 4. Nouns and their Types

Chapter 5. Noun and Number

Chapter 6. Noun and Gender

Chapter 7. Articles

Chapter 8. Pronouns and their Classifications

Chapter 9. Verbs and Types of Verbs  

Chapter 10. Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs List 

Chapter 11. Subject and Verb  Agreement 

Chapter 12. Simple Present Tense 

Chapter 13. Present Continuous Tense 

Chapter 14. Present Perfect Tense 

Chapter 15. Present Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 16. Simple Past Tense 

Chapter 17. Past Continuous Tense 

Chapter 18. Past Perfect Tense 

Chapter 19. Past Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 20. Simple Future Tense 

Chapter 21. Future Continuous Tense 

Chapter 22. Future Perfect Tense 

Chapter 23. Future Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 24. Tense Exercises 

Chapter 25. Modal Verbs 

Chapter 26. Adjectives and their Types 

Chapter 27. Degree of Adjectives 

Chapter 28. Adverbs and Comparison 

Chapter 29. Prepositions and their Uses 

Chapter 30. Conjunctions 

Chapter 31. Direct and Indirect Speech 

Chapter 32. Transformation of Sentences 

Chapter 33. Punctuation