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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4240: Possessive adjectives and pronouns
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    Possessive adjectives and pronouns

    Possessive adjectives and pronouns

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    1. My wife and I got two children.
    2. she got brothers? Yes.
    3. Kelly parents live in New York.
    4. John and Jane like house very much.
    5. Whose car is it? Is it ?
    6. I don't like your shoes ; I prefer
    7. Look at this car! door is broken !
    8. Madonna and musicians are in Paris.
    9. Who are these people? They are my parents friends.
    10. Paul is dancing with wife.
    11. English people know Queen very well.
    12. Johnny Depp is a famous actor; movies often get a big success.
    13. My father and I always go to the cinema on Saturdays; favourite movie is Scream.
    14. Can you give me a pen? I forgot at home.
    15. I don't like this house! windows are too small.
    16. Helen and Kathy are Lucas best friends.
    17. Does your mother know David Bowie? of course, he is favourite singer.
    18. Where are Ken and Lucy? they are in bedrooms.
    19. Cindy likes my new dress; I like too.
    20. My best friend has got a lovely daughter; name is Barbara.

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