Indefinite pronouns are a helpful component of the English language. They replace nouns when too many nouns would become clunky or repetitive. As indefinite words, they don’t point to someone or something specific. Examples of singular indefinite pronouns include “someone,” “no one,” and “everyone.” Plural indefinite pronouns include words like “several,” “many,” and “others.”
The best way to practice new concepts is to see them in action in worksheets. If you’re on the hunt for some pronoun practice, we have two sheets here for you. The first indefinite pronouns worksheet is straight and to the point. Once you’re confident you or your students have things under control, you can turn things up a notch with the second worksheet.