CBSE Class 5 English Pronouns Worksheet Set D

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2. Demonstrative Pronouns are used to point out the object/objects to which they refer. For example:

(a) This is a temple.

(b) These are buildings.

(c) That is a hill.

(d) Those are hills.

Note:- The words this, that, these, those, etc. are adjectives when used with a noun, but pronouns when used for a noun; as This pen is mine. (This stands for the noun pen, hence, it is a pronoun, i.e. demonstrative pronoun)

3. Interrogative Pronoun: It is used for asking questions. For example:

(a) What is your name?

(b) Who came just now?

(c) Which is your bag?

Note:- The words what and which can be used both as an interrogative pronoun and an interrogative adjective; as

What is your idea? (Interrogative Pronoun)

What idea did you give? (Interrogative Adjective)

4. Reflexive Pronoun: Pronouns like myself, yourself, ourselves, when used as the receiver of an action are called Reflexive Pronouns. For example:

(a) I hurt myself.

(b) He praised himself.

(c) They helped themselves.

(d) We blamed ourselves.

5. Emphasising Pronoun: It is used to convey emphasis. For example:

(a) He himself came to me.

(b) You yourself bought these dresses.

(c) They themselves told the truth.

In the above sentences, all the italicized words are Emphasizing Pronouns.

6. Possessive Pronoun: It shows possession. For example:

(a) These dresses are mine.

(b) That pen is yours.

(c) That building is mine.

(d) These furniture are mine.

In the above sentences, all the italicized words are Emphasising Pronouns.

7. Relative Pronoun: It relates a noun to a group of words that follow. For example

(a) This is the pen which I like the most.

(b) The man whom I met yesterday was very gentle.

(c) We praise those children who are obedient.

(d) Here are the story books that you purchased yesterday.

In the above sentences, all the italicized words relate a noun to the group of words that follow the noun. Join these sentences using Relative Pronouns:

1. Dr. Radhakrishnan was the second President of India. He was a great scholar.

2. That lady is my mother. She is arranging my books.

3. Our army destroyed the bunkers. Some terrorist were hiding them.

4. I thanked the doctor. He saved the dog.

5. The incident was very inspiring. You narrated me.

6. The teacher praised the children. They were maintaining the park.

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