反身代词练习题 一．选择。 1. Those girls enjoyed ____ in the party last night. A. them B. they C. themselves D. herself 2. Help ____ to some fish, children. A. yourself B. your C. yours D. yourselves 3. The film
1. Those girls enjoyed ____ in the party last night.
A. them B. they C. themselves D. herself
2. Help ____ to some fish, children.
A. yourself B. your C. yours D. yourselves
3. The film ____ is very fun.
A. it’s B. itself C. it D. its
4. –Who teaches ____ math? –I teach ______.
A. your, myself B. you, myself C. you, me D. you, herself
5. The father will make ____ a bike ____.
A. her, himself B. she, himself C. her, herself D. she, herself
6. The scarf is ____, she made it_____.
A. herself, her B. herself, hers C. hers, herself D. her, herself
7. Liu Hulan’s death was great. She thought more of others than ______. A. her B. she C. hers D. herself
8. Luckily, he didn’t hurt ____ terribly yesterday.
A. him B. themselves C. himself D. they
9. I can’t mend my shoe _____. Can you mend it for ?
A. myself, me B. myself, I C. me, I D. I, me
10. I like watching in the mirror.
A. me B. I C. my D. myself
（ ）1.A good writer i( )who can express the commonplace in an uncommon way.
A) that B) one C) this D) which
（ ）2. To be or not to be,( )is the question.
A) what B) that C) which D) it
（ ）3. The chemical composition of man's blood is similar to( )of sea water.
A) that B) there C) which D) here
（ ）4.I don't want to use Mary's ball pen because I don't like( ).
A) that ball pen of hers B) that her ball pen
C) her that ball pen D) that ball pen of her
（ ）5.Understanding the cultural habits of another nation, especially( )containing as many different subcultures as the United States, is a complex task.
A) one B) the one C) that D) such
（ ）6. Today's young men are greatly different from( ).
A) those of the past B) that of the past C) as the past D) those past （ ）7.She can't seem to help( ). And no one else can help her either.
A) him B) himself C) her D) herself
（ ）8.Children can usually dress( )by the age of five.
A) themselves B) them C) selves D) ones
（ ）9. ( )have known each other for ten years.
A) I, you and he B) He, you and I.
C) You, he and I D) You, he and me.
（ ）10.England is justly proud of( )great poets, especially ( )in the 18th century.
A) her...they B) his...them C) its...that D) its...those
（ ）11. She had lost her notebook, would you like to lend her( )?
A) your B) yours C) yourself D) mine
（ ）12. John behaved so strangely today. I thought he wasn't acting like( ).
A) him B) himself C) he would D) he does
（ ）13.He has a bad cold and( )is why he didn't come.
A) it B) this C) that D) there
（ ）14.One should take care of( ).
A) his health B) her health C) their healt D) one's health
（ ）15.The speaker announced that there was a big fire and directed( )nearest the door to leave first.
A) that B) them C) those D) these
（ ）16."Jack certainly has a low opinion of Susan."It can not be any worse than( )of him. A) hers B) she does C) her D) she
（ ）17. Kate was beside( )with excitement as her wedding-day approached.
A) herself B) her C) hers D) she
（ ）18. ( ) way shall we go? By the stream or through the wood?
A) What B) Which C) Whose D) This
（ ）19. He took( )look at my bike and asked me to buy( )new ( ).
A) a...a...one B) the...a...one C) a...the...one D) the...a...one
（ ）20.The primary responsibility in managing a dormitory rests with students( ).
A) by itself B) only itself C) themselves D) their only