Pronoun Agreement in Malay Sentences Exercises in Malay language

Pronoun agreement is a fundamental aspect of mastering Malay sentence structure. In Malay, pronouns must agree in number and gender with the nouns they replace, and this agreement is crucial for clear and coherent communication. Understanding how to correctly match pronouns with their antecedents not only enhances your fluency but also ensures that your sentences are grammatically correct. Whether you are a beginner or looking to refine your skills, grasping the nuances of pronoun agreement will significantly improve your command of the Malay language. Our exercises are designed to help you recognize and apply the rules of pronoun agreement in various contexts. Through these targeted practice activities, you will learn to identify the correct pronouns for different subjects and objects, ensuring that your sentences are both accurate and natural-sounding. By working through these exercises, you will develop a deeper understanding of how pronouns function within Malay sentences, enabling you to communicate more effectively and confidently.

Exercise 1

<p>1. *Dia* sedang membaca buku di perpustakaan (pronoun for a person).</p> <p>2. *Mereka* bermain bola sepak di padang setiap petang (pronoun for a group of people).</p> <p>3. *Saya* suka makan nasi lemak pada waktu pagi (pronoun for oneself).</p> <p>4. *Kamu* perlu menghabiskan kerja rumah sebelum bermain (pronoun for a single person being addressed).</p> <p>5. *Kami* akan pergi bercuti di Pulau Langkawi hujung minggu ini (pronoun for a group including the speaker).</p> <p>6. *Dia* tidak hadir ke sekolah kerana sakit (pronoun for a single person).</p> <p>7. *Kami* merancang untuk menonton wayang malam ini (pronoun for a group including the speaker).</p> <p>8. *Mereka* sedang menunggu bas di perhentian bas (pronoun for a group of people).</p> <p>9. *Saya* akan membawa kek untuk majlis hari lahir kamu (pronoun for oneself).</p> <p>10. *Kamu* perlu mendengar arahan guru dengan teliti (pronoun for a single person being addressed).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. *Dia* pergi ke pasar setiap hari (third person singular).</p> <p>2. *Mereka* sedang bermain di taman (third person plural).</p> <p>3. *Saya* suka makan nasi lemak (first person singular).</p> <p>4. *Kita* perlu bekerjasama untuk berjaya (first person plural inclusive).</p> <p>5. *Kamu* sudah makan malam? (second person singular).</p> <p>6. *Mereka* belajar di universiti yang sama (third person plural).</p> <p>7. *Dia* tinggal di Kuala Lumpur (third person singular).</p> <p>8. *Kami* akan pergi bercuti minggu depan (first person plural exclusive).</p> <p>9. *Saya* tidak suka menonton televisyen (first person singular).</p> <p>10. *Kamu* perlu menyiapkan kerja rumah (second person singular).</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. *Dia* suka membaca buku pada waktu malam (pronoun for he/she).</p> <p>2. *Mereka* bermain bola di padang setiap petang (pronoun for they).</p> <p>3. Adik *kami* sedang belajar di sekolah (pronoun for our younger sibling).</p> <p>4. *Saya* akan pergi ke pasar esok pagi (pronoun for I).</p> <p>5. *Kamu* perlu menyelesaikan kerja rumah sebelum bermain (pronoun for you, singular).</p> <p>6. *Kita* harus menjaga kebersihan persekitaran (pronoun for we, inclusive).</p> <p>7. *Dia* sedang menonton televisyen di ruang tamu (pronoun for he/she).</p> <p>8. *Mereka* berkelah di taman pada hujung minggu (pronoun for they).</p> <p>9. *Anda* boleh menghubungi saya jika ada masalah (formal pronoun for you).</p> <p>10. *Kami* merancang untuk bercuti bersama keluarga (pronoun for we, exclusive).</p>
 

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