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PRONOUN PRACTISE Exercise 1 Make a list of the pronouns used in each sentence, and the noun it is standing for. Eg The squirrels ran for their nests when they saw the python. Their-sqirrels, they-squirrels 1 2 3 4 The boys left their books here when they went to class. Zurina said that she would come with me, said Norhana. Ali got a bicycle for his birthday, but he cant ride it yet. Do you know where my books are? asked Mariana. I put them in your desk, said Zahiah. 5 Hjh Jafaar took his books home, but Roslan and Mateen left theirs at school. Exercise 2 Male or female? Choose the correct pronoun for the space. Write out the correct sentences in your Grammar book. 1 Masnah has brought ________ books. 2 ________ (Masnah) has them in her bag. 3 Give this pencil to ____________. (Masnah) 4 ______ is a good girl. 5 Ali is wearing __________ cap. 6 ________ (Ali) has it on his head. 7 Bring ________(Ali) a chair. 8 _______(Ali) is too tired to stand. 9 The book has lost _________ cover. 10 ______(The book) should be mended. Exercise 3 Use the correct pronoun in the spaces. Eg Every house in our simpang had ________ windows broken. You write: Every house in our simpang had its windows broken. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I have brought ________ bag with me. We didnt bring __________ books. One of the girls in the team lost __________ shoe. The team won _______ match. Sufri and Rokiah came in ________ mothers car. The students are sitting ________ test today. Each of the boys worked as hard as ________ could. Will one of your friends let you use ________ pen? These people have lost ________ luggage. Every car had __________ paint scratched.

Exercise 4 Chose the correct pronoun from the brackets to complete each sentence. Eg (She/ Her) forgot her wallet. You write She forgot her wallet 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 (I/ Me) broke my arm. (He/ Him) is always late for class. (They/ Their) came to school with their brother. (Her/ She) is not here yet. It belongs to (me/ I/ my). Give (I/ me/ my) the mango. That ball is (his/ him). This pen is (hers/ she). It belongs to (they/ them). I have lost (me/ I/ my) bag. He forgot (him/ his/ he) homework. (We/ Us/ Our) want to go now. (We/ Us/ Our) father is waiting. It belongs to (we/ us/ our). They left (they/ their/ them) bags in the room. Pass the paper to (he/ his/ him). Give it to (her/ she/ hers). You must bring (you/ your/ yours) boots. This ball looks like (you/ your/ yours). Does this belong to (you/ your/ yours)?

Exercise5 Some more practise, choose the correct pronoun. 1 Mona and (I/ me) play on the same team. Maharisa and (she/ her) come to school together. 2 Marrio and (he/ him) often sit together 3 Dad and (us/ we) went out. 4 Dad took (us / we) out. 5 Mohammad and (they/ them) came home. 6 Mohammad brought (they/ them) home. 7 Cikgu Selvi took Abuali and (I/ me) to the game. 8 Yesterday the police asked Chan and (them/ they) some questions. 9 (I/ Me) kicked the ball. 10 The horse kicked (I/ me). 11 We rang (them/ they). 12 (They/ Them) rang us. 13 (They/ Them) asked the girls questions. 14 The girls asked (they/ them) questions. 15 (She/ Her) told (she/ her) mother the story. 16 (She/ Her) mother told (she/ her) the story.

NAME _____________________________ ADVERBS Practise using adverbs by adding adverbs to the following sentences. Underline the verb in each sentence; then write the sentence on the line underneath adding one or more adverb. Try to use each of the different types of adverbs; adverbs of manner, time, frequency and place, and an interrogative adverb. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 They had to wait for a long time. ______________________________________________________ He kicked the ball. ______________________________________________________ She ran from the room. ______________________________________________________ The bus came to get us. ______________________________________________________ Did they sit? ______________________________________________________ The car was damaged. ______________________________________________________ A volcano erupted in Japan. ______________________________________________________ Their house burnt to ashes.

CHANGING MEANING WITH PREFIXES A prefix is a part of a word that comes before the root or base word, to change its meaning. Here are some examples, if a piece of paper has been folded, you can unfold it, students often rearrange the desks in the room. Knowing the meaning of a prefix can help you find the meaning of a new word. PREFIX preresubSupertransMEANING before again, once more under, below above, beyond, over across, over EXAMPLES preschool, prearrange reread, repay, rewrite subtopic, submarine superhuman, supertanker transatlantic, transplant

A Use the words below to complete the sentences which follow. Word List prefabricated, semiweekly semicircle semifinals subsonic supersonic reorganise supernatural transported predicts subcommittee supercharged prehistoric subtopics transfusion recount rescheduled 1 _______ planes fly faster than the speed of sound. 2 Scientist learn a lot about _______ life by studying fossils. 3 A magazine published twice a week is a ______________ 4 A miracle is a ________ event. 5 When my uncle was injured in a car accident, he had a blood _______ in hospital. 6 Large sections of buildings can be _____ in factories and then taken to the building site to be put together. 7 The winners of the two _________ will play in the finals. 8 _______ planes fly slower than the speed of sound. 9 So many players were injured that the coach had to _______ the team. 10 Four of the committee members formed a ________ to prepare the book. 11 He divided his report on computers into five _________. 12 The weather forecast _______ bad weather tomorrow 13 Because it rained all night, the football game has been _______ for tomorrow. 14 Siti asked the teacher to _______ her test marks as she was sure she had passed. 15 The teacher asked the class to come and stand around the lab bench in a _______.