Personal Pronouns – Free Exercise

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Choose the correct personal pronoun.

  1. Ayer fui a comprar.subject pronoun, 1st person singular: yoYesterday I went shopping.
  2. Mi hermana tiene 3 años más que .Use subject pronouns after que in a comparison.|1st person singular: yoMy sister is 3 years older than me.
  3. es una chica estupenda.subject pronoun, 3rd person singular, feminine: ellaShe’s a cool girl.
  4. ¿Este regalo es para  ?After the preposition para we use a prepositional pronoun|1st person singular: Is this gift for me?
  5. A nos gustan los deportes.In this case, nos can only be used together with nosotros.We like sports.
  6. —¿Es el señor Gómez?
    —Sí, soy .1. polite form in the singular: usted|2. soy is 1st person singular: yo—Are you Mr Gómez?
    —Yes, that’s me.
  7. Me acuerdo mucho de .After the preposition de we use a prepositional pronoun|2nd person singular: tiI think about you a lot.

Choose the correct personal pronouns.

  1. Las cerezas gustan mucho.Indirect object pronoun, 1st person singular: me.I like cherries a lot.
  2. ¿Has traído la revista que te dejé? Sí, he traído.Direct object pronoun, 3rd person singular, feminine: laDid you bring along the magazine that I lent you?
    Yes, I’ve brought it.
  3. ¿Dónde has dejado los zapatos? he dejado en el dormitorio.Direct object pronoun, 3rd person plural, masculine: losWhere did you put your shoes? I put them in the bedroom.
  4. ¿Has vuelto a ver a tu amiga de la escuela? Sí, vi hace una semana en la calle.Direct object pronoun, 3rd person singular, feminine: laDid you see your school friend again? Yes, I saw her a week ago in the street.
  5. ¿A quién has dado el ramo de flores ? he dado a mi madre.When we have two object pronouns in the 3rd person, the indirect object pronoun becomes se to avoid alliteration and is followed by the direct object pronoun (in this case lo)To whom did you give the bouquet? I gave it to my mother.
  6. dieron un premio.Indirect object pronoun, 1st person plural: nosThey gave us a prize.

Rewrite the sentences, replacing the underlined sections with the correct personal pronouns.

  1. Tu padre y tú siempre vais a correr los sábados.
     Subject pronoun, 2nd person plural: vosotrosYou and your father always go running on Saturdays.
    → You (pl.) always go running on Saturdays.
  2. Ayer compré un regalo para Carmen y Lola.
     Prepositional pronoun (signal: para), 3rd person plural, feminine: ellasYesterday I bought a gift for Carmen and Lola.
    → Yesterday I bought a gift for them.
  3. Han dado a Fernando el primer premio.
     Indirect object pronoun, 3rd person singular: leThey gave Fernando the first prize.
    → They gave him the first prize.
  4. He dicho al fontanero que venga esta tarde.
     Indirect object pronoun, 3rd person singular: leI told the plumber to come today.
    → I told him to come today.
  5. Dame el cuaderno, por favor.
     Direct object pronoun, 3rd person singular masculine: lo.|Attach the object pronouns to a positive imperative (indirect followed by direct).|An accent is added to preserve pronunciation.Give me the notebook, please.
    Give it to me, please.
  6. La semana pasada vi a Roberto en el concierto.
     Direct object pronoun, 3rd person singular, masculine: lo|le is also accepted because it refers to a personLast week I saw Roberto at the concert.
    Last week I saw him at the concert.
  7. ¿Vienes al cine con Lucía y conmigo?
    → ¿ ?prepositional pronoun (signal: con)|first person plural, masculine or feminine: nosotros/-asAre you coming to the cinema with Lucía and I?
    Are you coming to the cinema with us?