7th Class English Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Adjectives Question Bank

done Pronouns

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  • question_answer1)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    My name is Chang and ____ a Chinese.

    A) It is

    B) She is

    C) I am

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer2)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    My friend lives in Australia. ____ recently got married to my brother.

    A) He

    B) She

    C) You

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer3)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Ritesh, Lokesh and I won the prize, but the trophy is only with ____.

    A) us

    B) he

    C) me

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer4)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Does ____take much time if you write in cursive script?

    A) he

    B) she

    C) it

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer5)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    ____ is the shop that is offering gift coupons today.

    A) It

    B) This

    C) These

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer6)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Where is my share of books? Are those books meant for ____?

    A) I

    B) he

    C) Them

    D) me

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  • question_answer7)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Both Hari and Ravi send gifts to ____ on their birthdays.

    A) Each other

    B) every other

    C) All others

    D) one other

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  • question_answer8)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Did you bring ____the chocolate you promised?

    A) He

    B) they

    C) We

    D) us

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  • question_answer9)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    India is a big country. ___is known for different cultures.

    A) She

    B) These

    C) They

    D) This

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  • question_answer10)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    If a doctor finds something amiss in a patient, should intimate the relatives.

    A) They

    B) we

    C) You

    D) he

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  • question_answer11)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    The Titanic began its first journey but ____sank before completing the journey.

    A) That

    B) she

    C)

    D) this

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  • question_answer12)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    I saw ____ playing in the park.

    A) He

    B) we

    C) Myself

    D) you

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  • question_answer13)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Is ____ very far to go there on foot?

    A) This

    B) these

    C) It

    D) that

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  • question_answer14)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    ____ is only half a furlong from here to my house.

    A) There

    B) This

    C) That

    D) It

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  • question_answer15)

    Fill in the blanks with the correct options.
    Allot____ will go to the picnic.

    A) We

    B) our

    C) Them

    D) their

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  • question_answer16)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) some

    B) This

    C) Any

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer17)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) He

    B) We

    C) You

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer18)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) Any

    B) Few

    C) All

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer19)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) this

    B) That

    C) Its

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer20)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) it

    B) This

    C) These

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer21)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) I

    B) he

    C) They

    D) me

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  • question_answer22)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) That

    B) It

    C) Those

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer23)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) All

    B) Some

    C) Those

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer24)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) her

    B) My

    C) In

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer25)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    The worst days of Q16 summer are the rainy ones. Q17 spend all year looking forward to nice weather and long, hot days. Q18 of winter, with Q19 dreary grey days and bitter cold, we dream of those endless days at the beach, with a bright and burning sun. And then, summer comes, and Q20 rains. As a child, Q21 would wake up to rainy summer days and come close to crying. Q22 wasn't fair. We suffered through months of school and miserable weather for those scant ten weeks of freedom and balmy weather. Q23 days that I could not spend at the beach or playing ball with Q24 friends seemed like a punishment for Q25 I didn't even do.

    A) something

    B) Anything

    C) Nothing

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer26)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) It

    B) She

    C) I

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer27)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) They

    B) She

    C) It

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer28)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) Our

    B) their

    C) its

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer29)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) He

    B) This

    C) It

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer30)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) It

    B) This

    C) There

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer31)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) One another

    B) Everyone

    C) All others

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer32)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) I

    B) Who

    C) They

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer33)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) herself

    B) themselves

    C) Ourselves

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer34)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) anything

    B) Something

    C) Nothing

    D) No pronoun required

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  • question_answer35)

    Read the following passages and select options that can correctly replace the relative underlined portions.
    Q26 was on 1st May 1915 that a magnificent passenger liner, set sail from New York and was hit by 2 torpedoes. Q27Ripped the liner and caused a huge explosion. The ship went out of control as Q28 engines were damaged. Q29 sped through the sea at more than 36 km/h for what seemed like an end-less ten minutes. Q30 was pandemonium on board. Q31 was trying to get into the lifeboats. Lady Mack worth Q32 was standing helplessly on the deck of the ship, suddenly felt Q33 surrounded by water as the ship sank. Terrified that she might be caught by Q34 and held under, she managed to seize a boat in front of her and held on to Q35 for dear life.

    A) them

    B) Us

    C) It

    D) No pronoun required

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