People often ask which pronouns I prefer, and it makes me so sincerely happy that they bother to ask at all! The only trouble is that I don't have a preferred pronoun. When I tell people this, there's always this pause in conversation, like they're digesting this new information. I realize that I am making it a little more difficult for them, who are simply trying to be polite and accommodating, but I don't think I could answer any other way.
Includes punctuation rules, pronoun-antecedent agreement, subject-verb agreement, rules for titles and capitalization, the "of" error, frequently misspelled words, and proofreading symbols. Students can keep all the facts right at their fingertips with this colorful two-sided ready reference card! Comes pre-punched for a three-ring binder and is laminated for years of use. 8 1/2" x 11" (22 x 28cm).
Hi there! It's my special set to learn the pronouns (all forms of them) with students of elementary - pre-Intermediate level. It is colorful and has different types of exercises. The KEYS are attached. Your comments and likes are welcome. - ESL worksheets