Indefinite Pronouns – Free Exercise

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Todo and otro.
Choose the correct form.

  1. Ayer acabé deberes.todo + definite article, masculine plural = todos losYesterday I did all my homework.
  2. He visto película más.An indefinite article is not allowed before otro. Feminine singular = otraI saw another film as well.
  3. Me he comido pastel.Todo/a el/la … → the whole …, masculine singular = todo elI ate the whole cake.
  4. Tenemos lavadoras y electrodomésticos.Masculine plural = otros muchosWe have washing machines and many other household appliances.
  5. camisa es más barata.Feminine singular = esta otraThis other shirt is cheaper.

Dependent indefinite pronouns
Type in the following indefinite pronouns in the correct form.

  1. ¡Cómete (todo)   las verduras!Feminine plural = todasEat all the vegetables!
  2. Hay que beber (mucho)   agua.Feminine singular = muchaOne must drink a lot of water.
  3. (Cada)   día me levanto temprano.Masculine singular = cadaEvery day I get up early.
  4. Yo no me conformo con (cualquier)   cosa.Feminine singular = cualquierI’m not satisfied with just anything.
  5. ¿Hay aquí (algún)   médico?Masculine singular = algúnIs there a doctor here?
  6. Tenemos (varios)   soluciones para el problema.Feminine plural = variasWe have several solutions to the problem.

Independent indefinite pronouns – Write the opposite sentence, using the indefinite pronoun in parentheses.
To note: Some further changes may be necessary to correctly produce the opposite sentence.

  1. Había muchas personas en el concierto.
    (poco)   Feminine plural = pocasThere were many people at the concert. → There were few people at the concert.
  2. No hay nadie en la casa.
    (alguien)  To correctly write the opposite sentence, we also need to remove the no.There’s no one in the house. → There’s someone in the house.
  3. Nadie puede resolverlo.
    (cualquiera)  Only the indefinite pronoun needs to be replaced.No one can solve it. → Anyone can solve it.
  4. Todo fue bien en las vacaciones.
    (nada)  Only the indefinite pronoun needs to be replaced.Everything went well on holiday. → Nothing went well on holiday.
  5. Tengo algún libro interesante.
    (ningún)  Doubled negation with no … ningúnI have an interesting book. → I don’t have any interesting books.