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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18113: Possession
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: General [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Possessive case - Possessive or genitive Case. - Possessive adjectives and pronouns. - Possessive idioms - Whose and use - Pronouns and Determiners - Genitive - Possessive case
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    Use the words in brackets to form a genitive case or a structure using 'of'.

    Pay special attention to the articles and the word order !!!!



    example : Her father has just driven us to ............... (house/her friend)

     answer   : Her father has just driven us to her friend's house

    Mind the possessive adjectives or articles.

    English exercise "Possession" created by hidalgo with The test builder
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    1. She was introduced to (colleagues/husband)
    2. They hiked up to (hill/top)
    3. He did all those things behind (back/wife)
    4. She overtook (tourists/cars)
    5. She loved the view from (back/house)
    6. (birthplace/spiritual leader) is situated in the mountains.
    7. He has been deeply affected by (divorce/parents)
    8. He owns an (architect office) in the town centre.
    9. She detested Michael, (younger brother/friends), as he was so immature.
    10. He gazed at (speaker/face)

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