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A Demonstrative Adjective or Pronoun? (Grade 3)

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A Demonstrative Adjective or Pronoun?

1. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

                        rocks are 200 years old.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
2. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

I want                         for my room.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
3. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

Can I have                        ?
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
4. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

Where'd you get                         shirt?
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
5. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

Did you get                         from Karen?
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
6. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

I sharpened                         pencils yesterday.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
7. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

I chose                         one for you.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
8. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

I'll take some of                         to give to my friends.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
9. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

                        is my favorite movie.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
10. 
Should a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun go in the blank?

I'll return                         for you.
  1. demonstrative adjective
  2. demonstrative pronoun
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