Intermediate grammar exercise: personal and reflexive/intensive pronouns – me, myself, him, himself . . .

English grammar practice exercise, for pre-intermediate.

In this exercise you will practise personal pronouns (you, him, her, us, etc.), and reflexive and intensive pronouns (myself, herself, ourselves, etc.).

Instructions: Choose the correct answer in the following sentences.


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3 Comments

  1. youssef Alhindy - May 17, 2016, 4:50 pm Reply

    Hello, in my opinion, in number 7, the word “everybody” refers to singular, so the answer should be “himself” not “themselves. Thanks, regards

    • Mary Ellen - August 26, 2016, 3:56 am Reply

      Everybody is considered a plural pronoun so you have to match it with another plural reflexive pronoun.

      • Erika Hedberg - December 15, 2016, 11:54 am Reply

        Actually, this is interesting since “everybody/everyone/anybody/anyone” are used as singular pronouns when determining a verb (Ex: everybody IS going) but they do seem to be used as plural pronouns when determining a reflexive pronoun (Ex: everybody enjoyed THEMSELVES).

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