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Practice 2. 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.

When you finish each item, click “Answer.”

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1. Where are Tahn and Duc from?

are from Vietnam.

They are from Vietnam.

2. Is Susan going home?

— No, is going to work.

— No, she is going to work.

3. What color is your house?

is white.

It is white.

4. Where are Susan and Beth?

are at home.

They are at home.

5. Alex and Sarah, where are you from?

are from Florida.

We are from Florida.

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

6. Are you teachers?

— No, are students.

— No, we are students.

7. Where is the car?

is in front of the house.

It is in front of the house.

8. Is Alexander from Greece?

— No. is from Argentina.

— No, he is from Argentina.

9. Where is the dog?

on the armchair.

It is on the armchair.


10. Where are you and I going now?

are going to the movies.

We are going to the movies.

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