Interactive Pronoun Quiz #2

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Identify the correct choice in each question and click on the to see whether your answer is correct.

1. Who gave you these?
    a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun     f. interrogative pronoun

2. The goalie needs to protect herself when the ball is kicked right at her head.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun        f. interrogative pronoun 

3. Alex longed for the car that he saw in the magazine.
      a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun       f. interrogative pronoun 

4. Several experts have opinions about who will be the next president.
     a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun       f. interrogative pronoun

5. David doesn't want their help.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun 

6. Martina's friend Stacy, who always seems to get in trouble, is not someone her parents approve of.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun       f. interrogative pronoun 

7. Mindy is sure that someone was in her house while she was away.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun  

8. It would be kind if you saved those to share with the guests when they arrive.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun        f. interrogative pronoun 

9. Does your Subaru have heated seats like Ann's does?
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun        f. interrogative pronoun 

10. Juliet doesn't want either of the gifts Katherine brought her.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun        f. interrogative pronoun 

11. Many consider booing during a free throw rude and unfair.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun 

12. Whom did Dorothy choose to receive the computer?
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun       f. interrogative pronoun 

13. Andrea will not like that.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun 

14. The king himself came to visit Henry in the hospital.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun     e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun 

15. If the team is cautious they will avoid the problems that plagued the other group.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun 

16. Pamela wanted to say something to the taxi driver about the red light, but she was too scared to speak.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun  

17. In October, the woman who would eventually go to Sydney and win a gold medal visited Harry's class.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun  

18. Will she get here before the bell rings?
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun  

19. What are the chances that the Beavers will go to the Rose Bowl?
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun       f. interrogative pronoun  

20. After the presentation ended, we went out for coffee.
  a. personal pronoun    b. relative pronoun    c. indefinite pronoun    d. demonstrative pronoun    e. reflexive pronoun      f. interrogative pronoun