This exercise is about common mistakes made when using pronouns. Correct the following sentences, and click to check the answers.

1. You and me are so alike that we appear like twin brothers.

1. You and I are so alike that we appear like twin brothers.

2. I still remember I and you used to swim in that polluted river.

2. I still remember you and I used to swim in that polluted river.

3. My neighbour has three daughters. She and them are often arguing.

3. My neighbour has three daughters. She and they are often arguing.

4. It was him, not me who threw the big stone at the police car.

4. It was he, not me who threw the big stone at the police car.

5. She returned the withered bouquet of flowers to they, the boys who sent it to her.

5. She returned the withered bouquet of flowers to them, the boys who sent it to her.

6. These dogs are her. She likes to give it a pat on their heads.

6. These dogs are hers. She likes to give them a pat on their heads.

7. If yourself are not free on that day, please let I know early.

7. If you are not free on that day, please let me know early.

8. Who's wet footprints are these on the kitchen floor?

8. Whose wet footprints are these on the kitchen floor?

9. Let us make this meal our last meal in this expensive restaurant.

9. Let us make this our last meal in this expensive restaurant.

10. That apple was one big rotten apple you have bought for me.

10. That was one big rotten apple you have bought for me.

11. The neighbours helped each another with the cleaning after the flood.

11. The neighbours helped one another with the cleaning after the flood.

12. Is any of these books borrowed from the library?

12. Are any of these books borrowed from the library?

13. He holds the racquet in one hand and the ball in the other hand.

13. He holds the racquet in one hand and the ball in the other.

14. That history teacher of your is also our history teacher.

14. That history teacher of yours is also our history teacher.

15. He, them and myself are going fishing this weekend.

15. He, they and I are going fishing this weekend.

16. She doesn't want he and I to take her to the movie this evening.

16. She doesn't want him and me to take her to the movie this evening.

17. At that time, all of us had left the office but him.

17. At that time, all of us had left the office but he.

18. They selected he for the basketball team as he was much taller than me.

18. They selected him for the basketball team as he was much taller than I.

19. All of we agreed to let he and she do the first dance.

19. All of us agreed to let him and her do the first dance.

20. Between you and I, is he the one who lied?

20. Between you and me, is he the one who lied?