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English Language Arts, Grade 1

A pronoun is a word you use instead of a noun. My teacher is Mrs. Reyes. She is nice. Mrs. Reyes is a noun in the first sentence. She replaces the noun in the second sentence. My brother like sports. He plays soccer. Brother is a noun. He is the pronoun. The Brown family lives next door. They have four children. Family is the noun. They is the pronoun. My name is Sam. I am 9. Sam is the noun. I is the pronoun. The word I is always capitalized. The bird sings. It makes a nest. Bird is the noun. It is the pronoun. My sister and I share a room. We share our toys, too. Sister is the noun. I and we are the pronouns. Here comes Fred. Do you know him? Fred is the noun. You and him are both pronouns. Use you instead of the person’s name. Pronouns Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4008
Circle the pronouns in each set of sentences. There may be more than one. There is Jim. Have you met him yet? 1. My friend and I play soccer. We laugh a lot. 2. Ms. Stone’s students go outside. They play a game. 3. Where is the book? It is on the shelf. 4. I saw you with her last week. You were at the store. 5. My name is Rob. I just moved in. 6. Kate was sick. How is she feeling now? STORE Pronouns Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4008
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