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Practice 2. Personal Pronouns (Reciprocal Case) | (A-Level, Basic)

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Based on this lesson, use the words in parentheses to write one sentence to answer each question.

Example Item: Who are Peter and Mary looking at? (each other)

Your Answer: They are looking at each other.

When you are finished, click “Answer.”

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1. Who is talking to Patrick and Janice? (each other)

Your Answer:

They are talking to each other.

2. Who is helping all the students? (one another)

Your Answer:

They are helping one another.

3. Who is brushing Nancy’s and Maria’s hair? (each other’s)

Your Answer:

They are brushing each other’s hair.

4. Who supports your friends and you? (one another)

Your Answer:

We support one another.

5. Who will meet your friends at the party? (each other)

Your Answer:

They will meet each other at the party.

6. Who will give presents to you and your brothers? (one another)

Your Answer:

We will give presents to one another.

We will give one another presents.

7. Who will discuss their ideas? (each other’s)

Your Answer:

They will discuss each other’s ideas.

8. Who understands you very well? (we / each other)

Your Answer:

We understand each other very well.

9. Who is going to introduce you at the meeting? (myself)

Your Answer:

I am going to introduce myself at the meeting.

10. Who is going to buy them presents? (each other)

Your Answer:

They are going to buy each other presents.

They are going to buy presents for each other.

11. Who will drive you to work? (myself)

Your Answer:

I will drive myself to work.

12. Who cooks dinner for you? (we / each other)

Your Answer:

We cook dinner for each other.

We cook each other dinner.

Congratulations on completing the whole exercise!

More Practice?

Practice 1. Fill in the blanks with reflexive pronouns.

Practice 2. Answer questions using reflexive pronouns.

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