Interrogative Pronoun Teacher Resources
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Who or Whom? Which Interrogative Pronoun?
Who uses who and whom correctly? Practice this enigmatic interrogative pronoun question with this activity set. Middle schoolers read two pages that explain the proper use of "who," "whom," and the five interrogative pronouns. They complete thirteen fill in the blank questions using information from the reading.
Who? What? Why? - Using Interrogative Pronouns
Interrogative pronouns are an important part of learning the interrogative sentence form. Middle schoolers learn about using interrogative pronouns in sentence writing, and use what they read to answer the nineteen questions on the worksheet. The answers are on the last page of the packet.
New! Pronouns: Relative, Reflexive, Interrogative
Gary, the grammar gorilla, graciously introduces viewers to a variety of pronouns and models how relative, reflexive, and interrogative pronouns operate in a sentence. This presentation is more complex than the other resources in the series, consider frequently stopping the video, asking viewers to take notes, and providing additional examples to check for understanding.
Who or Whom? Which Interrogative Pronoun?
Do you know the difference between who and whom? Read this very clear grammar guide and complete the exercises that follow. Examples are clear, and answers are provided! How great!
Lesson Two: The Pronoun
Learn everything you could possibly want to know about pronouns with this eight-page packet! Personal, demonstrative, interrogative, and indefinite pronouns are all explained here. Along with a simple definition of each type of pronoun, examples are provided. Divide this rich packet into several class periods so your kids don't feel overwhelmed!
Identifying Kinds of Pronouns
Provide your ESL or ELA pupils with some skills practice for identifying various kinds of pronouns. Comprised of 40 problems and broken into four parts, pupils first underline all the pronouns in each sentence, then identify them as personal, reflexive, intensive, demonstrative, relative, indefinite, or interrogative. Concepts covered here are advanced, so this resource would only be appropriate for secondary level students.
Scrutinizing Stand-Ins: Working With Nouns and Pronouns
Use the Schoolhouse Rock episode, "Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla," to introduce a study of pronouns. Learners consider antecedents, cases (nominative, objective and possessive), as well as types of pronouns, and then craft sentences using various forms of this part of speech. The richly detailed plan includes discussion questions, activities, resource links, and extensions.
Not So Personal Pronouns
There are six types of pronouns to explore! Put on your thinking hat and read about each type: demonstrative, indefinite, intensive, interrogative, and reflexive. This worksheet comes with two pages of explanations and examples, and it includes a review activity.
Pop Quiz for Chapter 6: Pronouns
In this pronouns quiz, students complete 10 multiple choice questions about pronouns. Questions cover what a pronoun does and all the types of pronouns.
Online ESL Quizzes: Interrogative Pronouns
In this interrogative pronoun learning exercise, students take an ESL quiz in which they read 5 sentences. From the 2 choices, students select the correct interrogative pronoun.
Ninth graders define the term 'pronoun', differentiate between personal, possessive, interrogative, indefinite and demonstrative pronouns, and identify the eight parts of speech.
English Exercises: Interrogatives
For this online interactive English worksheet, students respond to 36 multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about interrogatives. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Pronouns A or An
In this a or an learning exercise, students fill in the blanks to sentences with either the pronoun a or an. Students complete 5 sentences total.
ESL: "Wh" Pronouns
In this ESL pronoun activity, students fill in an interrogative pronoun to begin a simple sentence, 13 total, then math questions to answers.
Pronouns: Interrogative, Demonstrative, Indefinite
English language pronouns pose special usage challenges. The second session about them on EnglishCramSchool.com addresses interrogative, demonstrative, and indefinite pronouns. Aspiring grammarians review rules and information, self-administer a quiz, and return to the resource to verify or correct their answers. Previous sessions in the series are necessary in order to complete the "mark the parts of speech" exercise at the end.
Fifth graders study pronouns. In this grammar lesson, 5th graders discuss what a pronoun is and write what they did last night using pronouns.
Some interrogative pronouns are tricky like who and whom. Help your class use interrogative pronouns and predicate pronouns correctly with this 11-slide review. Explanations and examples complete the first six slides, and a practice opportunity completes the last five.
English Exercises: Questions
In this online interactive English learning exercise, students respond to 19 fill in the blank questions that require them to use questions appropriately. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
What Was That Pronoun?
What is a pronoun? Sixth graders want to know. They identify and define the different types of pronouns, then use what they know to complete a series of online grammar activities.
Wishes, Dreams, and Goals: Pronouns
Sixth graders practice using subject and object pronouns. In this wishes and goals instructional activity, 6th graders read from The Wish Giver and continue working on a Triorama. Students also complete a pronoun organizer. This instructional activity is part of a unit.