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Direct, Indirect, and Reflexive Pronouns
Provided here is a thorough review of direct, indirect, and reflexive pronouns. First learners study the chart for direct object pronouns, reading through the Spanish and English equivalencies. Then, they read the bulleted information and the examples that follow. A short, six-question exercise is provided to assess comprehension. The two other types of pronouns are presented with the same format, and the final page introduces how they often appear together.
What a great review of reflexive pronouns! Grammarians of all ages will benefit from this packet. The first page gives descriptions and examples of different reflexive pronouns and common mistakes. The second page holds two, short practice exercises.
Reflected: Using Reflexive pronouns
In this grammar worksheet, students learn about reflexive pronouns in sentence writing. They then use what they read to answer the 7 questions on the page. The answers are located on the last page of the packet.
Understanding what reflexive verbs are in English will help your class understand them better in Spanish. Use this PowerPoint as an introduction to your "Verbos Reflexivos" lesson. It outlines reflexive verbs in English and Spanish, prior to twenty-five slides with fill-in-the-blank sentences in Spanish.
Tutu Calls For More Respect
Learners read a newspaper article about a lecture given by Desmond Tutu on the topic of respect. They define vocabulary, complete comprehension worksheets, analyze the use of reflexive pronouns and prepare a short oral presentation on a person that has influence the thinking of their own country.
Nouns and Pronouns
What a terrific resource! Have your class review nouns, pronouns, objects, singular and plural using this resource. In this comprehensive presentation, learners practice identifying singular and plural, diagramming sentences,and more.
Pronouns are the name of the game with this informative, six-page packet. The first three pages detail different types of pronouns like subject pronouns, object pronouns, etc. Then, three pages of practice follow, encouraging grammarians to write sentences, identifying certain types of pronouns in their work. A detailed, comprehensive look at pronouns!
In this language arts worksheet, students learn that pronouns and subjects must match. Students read the information on the page, then fill in the correct pronouns in 20 sentences.
New! Reflexive Pronouns
If your pupils are not always sure of themselves when they are using reflexive pronouns, show them this presentation. The slides provide definitions and examples of different reflexive pronouns before launching into some practice sentences. Go through each sentence and discuss the answers with your class to clear up any confusion about the topic.
In this reflexive pronouns worksheet, student choose the correct pronoun to complete each of the eight sentences. This is an interactive worksheet.
Pronouns, pronouns, pronouns! There are so many different types, and understanding their usage can be quite tricky. A chart at the top of the first page gives examples of subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive pronouns, and reflexive pronouns. Example sentences are shown, and there's a short practice section included on the final page.
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.
Using Reflexive Pronouns
In this using reflexive pronouns instructional activity, students read explanations and examples of reflexive pronouns, then interactively complete 8 sentences, with immediate online feedback.
Reflect upon the reflexive pronouns and their proper places. Great examples and explanations elucidate the correct opportunities to use reflexive pronouns, which are conveniently listed. Top it all off with a little practice and your scholars will be pros in no time! Note: the key is directly below the practice, so be sure to remove the answers before handing out.
In this reflexive pronouns instructional activity, student write the correct pronoun to complete the sentence and write original sentences using reflexive pronouns properly.
Reflexive Pronouns Exercise at Auto-English
In this reflexive pronouns learning exercise, students complete each sentence by adding a reflexive pronoun.
Pronouns: Reflexive and Intensive
What is the difference between reflexive and intensive pronouns? To find out, review the definitions and examples for various types of pronouns. Then complete several activities that help the class learn to recognize and use pronouns. This worksheet includes two handouts that fully define and exemplify intensive and reflexive pronouns, as well as two practice activities.
Using Intensive Pronouns
Myself, yourself, and himself are intensive pronouns. Get your learners using these pronouns when writing sentences with this series of worksheets which include a reading and discussion section, examples, three practice activities, and an answer key.
ESL: Pronouns and Food Items
In this pronoun/food items instructional activity, students select correct pronouns to match pictures, then choose the correct names for food items shown in pictures.
English Exercises: Personal Pronouns
In this online interactive English activity, students respond to 10 fill in the blank questions about pronoun agreement. Students may submit their answers to be scored.