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Practice 1. Personal Pronouns (Subjective Case) | (A-Level, Basic)

(Using “Be” Only)

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Based on the lesson about personal pronouns, write the correct personal pronoun (I, you, he, she, it, we, they) in each blank.


Are you students?
— Yes  we  are.

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1. Are John and Susan from New York?

— Yes, are.

— Yes, they are.

2. Where is the pizza?

is in the kitchen.

It is in the kitchen.

3. Where are you from, John?

am from California.

I am from California.

4. Students, are you studying your lessons?

— Yes, are.

— Yes, we are.

5. Where are John and Anne?

are at school.

They are at school.

 If you are having problems, study the lesson again. Then come back to this practice.

6. Where are you all going?

are going home.

We are going home.

7. What color is your car?

is blue.

It is blue.

8. Are the students in class now?

— No. are at home.

— No, they are at home.

9. Is Satoko from North Korea?

— No, is from Japan.

— No, she is from Japan.

10. Where is Mitsuo from?

is from Japan.

He is from Japan.

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