What is Pronoun and its Types. Download Practice Worksheets

Pronoun Worksheets for CBSE Class 6 – English Grammar

Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 1

Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 2

Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 3

Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 4

Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 5

Pronoun is a word used in place of a noun. For Example ‘ Anuj is a salesman. He sells imported chocolates.’
Always remember :
1) Pronouns are used in place of nouns. They occupy the same position as a noun in the sentence
2) They help to make sentences shorter and simpler
3) They help in avoiding repetition of nouns


Personal Pronouns:
Personal Pronouns stand for a person. For example ‘Ravi is not well. She is down with fever.’

Possessive Pronouns:
These pronouns refer to possession. For example ‘mine, ours, yours, his, hers

Demonstrative Pronouns:
Words such as this, that, these and those are used as demonstrative pronouns. For example, ‘Those are the apples that belongs to me’

Interrogative Pronouns:
Words that are used to ask Questions.For Example ‘What is your name?

Reflexive Pronouns:
Reflexive pronouns are those in which the actions done by the subject reflects upon the subject. For example ‘I hurt myself

Emphatic Pronouns:
When reflexive pronouns are placed next to the pronoun to lay emphasis, they are called emphatic pronouns. For example ‘She herself wrote the assignments’

Relative Pronouns :
Relative Pronouns are used to join sentences and they refer back to the noun or the pronoun that is its antecedent. For Example, ‘The girl who stole his wallet was caught’

Indefinite Pronouns:
Pronouns that do not refer to a particular person or a thing are called indefinite pronouns. For example ‘anyone, either, each