How to Use Pronouns 4 – she-her-her-hers-herself

Grammar is an indispensable part of learning English Language. This has to be done in a perfectly planned and systematic manner. And while learning prepositions, one must be very minute in understanding the details of the topic. has come up with this systematic, comprehensive way of learning where a learner will undoubtedly be able to grasp the essence of the topic for How to Use Pronouns 3– he-him-his-his- himself. So, let us go through the exercise Rewrite the sentences.

How to Use Pronouns 4 – she-her-her-hers-herself :

word type:Subject pronounobject pronounpossessive adjectivepossessive pronounreflexive pronoun
position:before verbafter verbbefore nounafter nounafter verb
 you (singular)youyouryoursyourself
 you (plural)youyouryoursyourselves

Fill in the gaps using she, her (op), her (pa), hers, or herself:

  1. ___ likes reading and rock climbing, but not at the same time!
  2. The problem was with Laura ___, not anybody else.
  3. She won’t say why ___ left Gerald.
  4. Mrs Lyndhurst usually washes the curtains ___.
  5. The decision about quitting her job was entirely ___.
  6. I was talking to ___ for about half an hour.
  7. ___ is upstairs getting ready.
  8. Those earrings don’t really suit ___.
  9. ___ mum lives in Barnsley.
  10. Alison rang ___, but she didn’t pick up her phone.
  11. I borrowed ___ car yesterday.
  12. I love your article, but I can’t stand ___.
  13. Last night was ___ first time playing with the Philharmonic.
  14. That isn’t my bag, it’s ___.
  15. Sally promised ___ that she would finish the course.