Time to pick the correct pronoun to use in a sentence!
Pronoun Agreement Worksheets
Pronouns are demanding little words. In order to be correct, they must agree with the noun or pronoun they refer to, called the antecedent. A pronoun must agree in number (it vs. they), in gender (she, he, or it), and in person (I, you, she, they). That’s a lot for a young writer to remember. The worksheets below are intended to help that youngster meet the demands of those little pronouns. You may view or download each one by clicking on the title. They are free for use at home or in the classroom.
This is a fun match game on pronoun – antecedent agreement!
In this worksheet your student will idenify the pronoun and its antecedent.
Your student will find the pronoun error in a sentence and correct it.
Everybody knows that eveybody is singular!