Grammar Quiz

Nouns, Pronouns, Antecedents, and Singular and Plural Quiz


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Some of the team are wearing (his/their) new helmets.

A. his

B. their


John should not worry too much about (his/their) past mistakes.

A. his

B. her


Tom and Jim can submit (his/their) report today.

A. his

B. their


Neither Sally nor Elly has turned in (her/their) report.

A. her

B. their


Anyone can join our group if (he/they) is really interested.

A. he

B. they


Some of the vanilla has lost (its/their) flavor.

A. its

B. their


Each of the girls takes care of (her/their) own room.

A. her

B. their


Every class officer will do (her/their) best.

A. her

B. their


Anybody can learn to set up (his, their) own tent.

A. his

B. their


The team can’t play (its, their) best when it’s too hot.

A. its

B. their


Anna should be in (her/his) seat before the curtain goes up.

A. his

B. her


Everyone should do (his/their) best work on the project.

A. his

B. their


Nobody plays (his/their) best when the humidity is very high.

A. his

B. their


George wants to go into politics; he finds (it/them) exciting.

A. it

B. them


Either Bill or Tony will lend you (his/their) book.

A. his

B. their




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