Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Worksheet

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It's often hard for people to see eye to eye, but it's easy to get pronouns and their antecedents to agree! Practice changing subjective and objective pronouns to agree with their nouns with ten different sentences.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Project onto the board to have class members work on the assignment together
  • Use as a homework assignment or warm-up activity in class
Classroom Considerations

  • Answer key includes two pages that are not available with the initial resource; consider retyping the sentences in the answer key and using the new versions to assess learners
  • Prompts class members to change the singular they to he or she; discuss the recent change to the Chicago Manual of Style on using they as a singular pronoun
Pros

  • Quick and straightforward way to review the grammar concept
  • Includes several sentences with me as an objective pronoun for extra practice
Cons

  • None
Common Core