According to the APA Style Blog, «if transgender and gender non-conforming people (including Agender, Genderqueer and other communities) use the singular as pronouns, authors should also use the singular `them` when writing about them» (para. 1). Here is a graphical overview for all kindergarten, 1st class, 2nd, class, 3rd, 4th and 5th class of pronoun chord worksheets. Click on the image to view our worksheets for pronoun chords. In recent times, many academic and popular publications have begun to accept the use of the pronoun «them» as singular pronouns, meaning that writers use them to respond to singular topics to avoid sexist pronouns. Although the pronoun «she» is only a plural pronoun in some style guides, APA encourages writers to use them as singular or plural pronouns, with the specific intention of embracing gender diversity. Remember to find the true subject of the sentence to know if the pronoun should be singular or plural. For more information on singular and plural themes, consult our website on the subject-subject agreement between the subject and the subject. This is a fun match game on pronouns – precursor chord! The pronoun must correspond to its predecessor in number. A singular pronoun must replace a singular noun.
A plural pronoun must replace a plural noun. Our pronoun chord sheets can be used for a large number of classes. The following worksheets are intended to help this young person meet the requirements of these little pronouns. You can view or download anyone by clicking on the title. They are free for use at home or in the classroom….