Students learn how to use pronouns correctly in both their subjective and objective cases. Difficult pronouns such as we, us, who, and whom are practiced. Possessive pronouns with contractions that are homonym pairs are explained. Students continue to work with reflexive and intensive pronouns. Students also are introduced to the idea of using clear pronoun reference. 

What you can expect to learn

  • Correctly use pronouns in subjective and objective cases. 
  • Choose correctly from among difficult pronouns such as we, us, who and whom
  • Differentiate between a possessive pronoun and the contraction that is it's homonym pair (their, they're etc.). 
  • Distinguish between reflexive and intensive pronouns. 
  • Recognize clear and unclear pronoun reference. 
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