Fill in each blank with the best answer given at the end of each sentence

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1. _____ should have left your jewellery in a safer place. (Me, Myself, You, Yours, Yourself)

1. You should have left your jewellery in a safer place.

2. "Please show _____ your ticket," the conductor asked. (me, myself, them, yourself, us)

2. "Please show me your ticket," the conductor asked.

3. The fugitive disguised ______ so that the police would not recognize him. (he, him, himself, itself, oneself)

3. The fugitive disguised himself so that the police would not recognize him.

4. My friends and _____ often play badminton together. (her, I, me, them, us)

4. My friends and I often play badminton together.

5. "Stop blaming _____. It's not your fault." (him, me, you, yourself, itself)

5. "Stop blaming yourself. It's not your fault."

6. The teacher explained to _____ how to play the game. (ourselves, them, themselves, they, yourselves)

6. The teacher explained to them how to play the game.

7. She said to _____, "I must get up at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning." (herself, himself, myself, themselves, yourself)

7. She said to herself, "I must get up at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning."

8. I told _____ not to unleash his dog. (he, herself, him, himself, she)

8. I told him not to unleash his dog.

9. He asked whose car it was and someone shouted, "It is _____". (hers, his, mine, theirs, yours)

9. He asked whose car it was and someone shouted, "It is mine."

10. "How can she look after _____ in the big crime-ridden city," her mother objected. (herself, she, themselves, we, yourself)

10. "How can she look after herself in the big crime-ridden city," her mother objected.

11. I persuaded _____ to play with us but _____ refused. (he, him, himself, I, they)

11. I persuaded him to play with us but he refused.

12. "Do the homework _____. Do not ask _____ parents for help," the teacher told them. (myself, ourselves, your, yours, yourself)

12. "Do the homework yourself. Do not ask your parents for help," the teacher told them.

13. The students are confident that _____ are going to pass _____ examination. (their, theirs, them, themselves, they)

13. The students are confident that they are going to pass their examination.

14. "I gave _____ the medicine _____," the nurse explained to the doctor. (herself, him, himself, myself, ourselves)

14. "I gave him the medicine myself," the nurse explained to the doctor.

15. We advised _____ not to go but _____ refused to listen to _____. (he, him, his, we, us)

15. We advised him not to go but he refused to listen to us.

16. A crowd watched the bear feed _____. (it, itself, oneself, themselves, us)

16. A crowd watched the bear feed itself.

17. Jack and Jill are orphans. Neither _____ nor _____ sister wants to be adopted by different families. (her, his, my, our, their)

17. Jack and Jill are orphans. Neither he nor his sister wants to be adopted by different families.

18. If he wanted _____ to help, we would be glad to. (I, me, ourselves, us, we)

18. If he wanted us to help, we would be glad to.

19. "Is this car _____?" "No, it belongs to _____ neighbour." (he, his, her, they, we)

19. "Is this car his?" "No, it belongs to his neighbour."

20. _____ found _____ missing wallets in _____ possession. (hers, his, our, ourselves, we)

20. We found our missing wallets in his possession.