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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #86701: Pronouns and Determiners
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    > Similar tests: - Possessive case - Possessive or genitive Case. - Possessive adjectives and pronouns. - Possessive idioms - Whose and use - Personal pronouns, possessives - Genitive - Possessive case
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    Pronouns and Determiners


    Possessive Pronouns           They show that something belongs to someone ( That book is mine ).

                                             They inform you of a person or being who possesses or owns something

                                             without saying the name of the person or being.

                                             The form mine, yours, ours... cannot be used before a noun.

                                             ( The laptop is ours ).

                                              I - mine / you - yours / he - his / she - hers / it - its

                                             we - ours / you - yours / they - theirs


    Reflexive Pronouns              They are used to express that you are doing something on your own.

                                             ( I built this big house by myself ).

                                             They can be used to emphasize the object or the subject.

                                             We cannot use them after: feel, meet, concentrate, relax and: wash, dress, shave-

                                             unless you want to make it clear who does the action

                                             I - myself / you - yourself / he - himself / she - herself / it - itself 

                                            we - ourselves / you - yourselves / they - themselves


    Possessive Determiners       They are sometimes named possessive adjectives.

                                            They are a part of speech.

                                            They modify a noun by attributing possession to someone or something.

                                            ( This is his book ).

                                            I - my / you - your / he - his / it - its 

                                            we - our / you - your / they - their

                                           


                                   





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    1. My name is Steve. This is sister Susan.

    2. This old woman often talks to when she is all alone.

    3. My sister has got a black dog. name is Rex.

    4. This computer is . Don't use it!

    5. This bed is mine. That is . Fortunately, my bed is more comfortable than your bed.

    6. I hurt when I was fixing my car and I needed to visit a doctor.

    7. We prepared the dinner . Help yourself.

    8. He has some interesting computer games. This one is favourite.

    9. She lives with grandparents in this small village.

    10. A friend of works in Warsaw. He teaches English.

    11. The town was so small that it only had two shops.

    12. Tom and Robert ate dinner and went to the cinema.

    13. We will visit friends when we go to Spain.

    14. My hobby is tennis. What's ?

    15. He blames for the accident.









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