Indefinite Pronouns Riddles and Dumb Jokes

Indefinite Pronouns Riddles and Dumb Jokes

Author: Janice Davis

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • identify indefinite pronouns by singular or plural form.
  • verify if an indefinite pronoun agrees with the verb or antecedent in number.

Why are jokes and riddles so silly sometimes?  Everyone knows these are just ways to play tricks on the brain!  If anyone thinks he/she is smart enough to solve these riddles, prove it now!

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