Indefinite Pronouns – Free Exercise

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Todo and otro.
Choose the correct form.

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

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

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

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