Test your knowledge with this Second Person Pronouns Worksheet by circling any pronouns of this type. Enhance your grammar skills by identifying each second person pronoun in the exercises as objective, subjective or possessive.
For each of the following exercises, circle any second person pronouns, and determine whether the pronoun is a subjective or an objective one. Above the circled pronoun, write an “S” for subjective pronouns and an “O” for objective ones. If the pronoun is possessive, write a “P” above it.
The first day at work was much more stressful than you anticipated, was it not?
You never know what tomorrow brings, so do not allow one bad day to sink you into a depressive state.
If all else fails, dive into the chocolate cake in your fridge; chocolate always has a calming effect on you.
The decadent flavor and delightful sweetness is sure to help with your less-than-cheerful mood.
If you are still feeling blue, try doing some light exercise, such as strolling through the park.
The fresh air not only helps you feel better, but the exercise itself is sure to get your blood pumping.
Even if the stroll doesn’t make you feel better, the calories you burned should help alleviate your guilt over the gigantic piece of chocolate cake you couldn’t resist after work.
Of course, chocolate cake is possibly a staple in your diet; your mother mentioned how much you are addicted to it.
Regardless, you need to cheer up, as tomorrow is a new day, and you get to do the same thing all over again.
Though it might not prove very friendly to your waistline if you indulge in the rest of the chocolate cake when you return home from work tomorrow!