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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88193: Possessive adjectives
    > 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 - Personal pronouns, possessives - Pronouns and Determiners - Genitive
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    Possessive adjectives


    Personal pronouns
    Possessive adjectives
    I
    my
    You
    your
    He
    his
    She
    her
    It
    its
    We
    our
    They
    their

    NB:

    * my, your, her,his, its, our,their do not change. They are the same with singular and plural nouns:

    Here are my books.     I like  their cars.


    *The possessive its has no apostrophe(')

    The cat likes its food.


    Practice:

    Complete the sentences with my,your,her,its,our or their.







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    1. Have you got passport?

    2. Amsterdam is famous for canals.

    3. The children are with grandmother.

    4. He's looking for shoes.

    5. Do you live with parents?

    6. They haven't got umbrellas.

    7. Is she enjoying English classes?

    8. Alison is doing homework.

    9. Are the teachers having meeting now?

    10. I like new job very much.

    11. She's in bedroom.

    12. We love new house.

    13. I like visiting friends at the weekend.

    14. He's in office and working on his last project.

    15. She's with boyfriend. They are going to the cinema.









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