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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112930: Genitive - possession
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    Genitive - possession

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    1. My sister cat has killed my hamster. I'm very angry !

    2. Our friends house is larger than ours but their garden is smaller.

    3. Paul and Mary plan is a failure !

    4. The princess wedding dress was embroidered in gold thread.

    5. Whose is this red car ? It's my neighbour .

    6. Mr Keats wife is very kind and elegant.

    7. Paul's and Mary bikes have been stolen the same day !

    8. Last week I gave the children schoolbooks to a charitable organisation.

    9. Wait for me, I 'm going to the baker to buy a French stick for breakfast.

    10. Every morning I do a thirty minutes walk to be fit !

    11. Do you know the new Mayor name elected last week ?

    12. The Mother Day was celebrated last Sunday in several countries.

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