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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35701: 's = has,is or genitive?
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    's = has,is or genitive?

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    English exercise "'s = has,is or genitive?" created by hidalgo with The test builder
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    1. 'I'm sure he's been happy to see you again after all this time !'
    2. He's just started eating !
    3. She's going to fail all her exams if she doesn't work more !
    4. Where did Rosie's uncle meet his wife ?
    5. He's always got an answer to everything!
    6. 'It's come to our notice that someone has stolen the book,' the teacher told the pupils.
    7. He's not very intelligent, but he thinks he is a genius !
    8. The car which is blocking the road must be someone's !
    9. 'Who's been eating my chocolates?' Diana asked her sisters.
    10. 'The President's to make a surprise visit here this afternoon,' he told them excitedly.

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