Year 4-6 Learning Continuity

14th October: Session 14 TPSA Pronouns Continued

This is the fourteenth session of the Teacher and Parent Support and Awareness programs for Years 4-6.

Focus: Parts of Speech – Pronouns


  • Madam Lovelyn Pitawao
  • Madam Beverly Hanirara
  • Madam Marilyn Tapidaka
  • Mrs Christina Rore (MEHRD)


Answers from last session:

Year 4 Activity 

Choose a pronoun from the list below to fill in the missing spaces:

                    I, their, her, he, his

  1. The boy is going to the hospital because he is sick.
  2. Christina found her diary on the table.
  3. Father is planting potato in his garden.
  4. The passengers paid their fares at the head office.
  5. Joan smiled and said, “I like eating meat best”.

Year 5 Activity 

Choose a suitable pronoun to complete each sentence:

  1. Alice picked up a shell and looked at it.
  2. The family saw that the weather was fine so they all walked to the beach.
  3. Frank and his friends played on the beach but they didn’t swim there.

Year 6 Activity

Find the correct reflexive pronoun to complete each sentence:

  1. I managed to complete all my work by myself.
  2. Is he going on the boat by himself?
  3. The cat fell off a tree but it did not hurt itself.
  4. We have to do the cleaning up ourselves.


In today’s session as we continue looking at the Eight (8) types of Pronouns. We will now look at the next four (4) ‘Pronouns’.

And they are as follows:

  • Demonstrative Pronoun,
  • Indefinite Pronoun,
  • Reciprocal Pronoun, and
  • Intensive Pronoun


  • A Demonstrative Pronoun is a pronoun that points out the particular person, place or thing referred to.

For example: this, that, these, those

                            This is my basket.

                             That is your book and these are mine.

                             Those are your shoes.

  • Indefinite Pronouns do not refer to any particular noun or stand to any person, place or thing.

For example: anyone, anything, anybody, everybody, everything, everyone, someone, somebody, something, no-one, nobody

                             No-one is to be blame for this mess.

  • Reciprocal Pronoun comes from the word reciprocate. To reciprocate means to give back or give in return. A reciprocal pronoun is a pronoun that denotes inter change of the action of the verb.

For example: each other, one another

                            Pray with one another.

Do not fight each other.

We use each other when referring to two (2) people. We use one another when referring to more than two people.

  • An Intensive Pronoun may related to the word intense or emphasize. An intensive pronoun is a pronoun that serves to emphasize it antecedent.

For example: myself, yourself, himself, herself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves

                             I myself don’t like rice.

                              Mana himself ate the potato.

Person Singular Plural
First Myself ourselves
Second Yourself yourselves
Third Himself/herself themselves

What we have covered in today’s session would help you teachers and parents to support our students and children in school and at home. This is to enable them to know what a pronoun is, and when they are speaking or writing sentences they would be able to use them correctly.

To conclude boys and girls you have an activity to do on Pronouns base on today’s session :

Year 4 Activity  

Intensive Pronoun: always ends in self or selves.

Choose the correct Intensive Pronoun to fill the blank spaces.

                           myself, ourselves, themselves, herself

 For example; She completed the race herself without the help of anyone.

  1. I bought __________a beautiful dress.
  2. We built a garden shed by _________.
  3. The twins are growing up fast. They’re already walking by _________.
  4. Mary sewed her dress ____________.

Year 5 Activity

Choose the correct reciprocal pronouns to fill in the blank.

eg: John and Peter were talking to __each other___in the bus.

The kids spent the afternoon talking to ___one another___.

  1. Mary and Anna waved hello to ____________.
  2. The girls talked to __________.
  3. The two girls threw the ball to _____________.
  4. The students congratulated ____________ after the prize giving ceremony.


Year 6 Activity 

Write these three (3) short sentences and identify the demonstrative pronouns by circling around them.

For example: Those are your baskets

  1. These flowers are mine.
  2. That is my camera.
  3. This is your hair pin.

Take note that answers to the activities will be given in our next radio session

Thank You, our good parents, teachers, students and listeners for taking your time to be part of our session today            

We have come to the end and look forward to our next radio session in which we will continue looking at the types of pronouns as we work together in helping our students and children in their education.

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  • The radio program was very useful, it would be also best if it is in another multimedia form.

  • If I may be provided with all the above eLearning materials. I tried my very best to download all the materials, but won’t able to do so. since others did not have any download links.

  • Can we get all the teacher and student guides upload on this website. This will be very helpful for kids doing home school during this pandemic

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