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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127777: Possessive pronouns
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    Possessive pronouns

    Choose the right pronouns.

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    1. Must I sign here? Oh, I've forgotten my pen, may I borrow ?

    2. A friend of mine lives in China. I live in France. Her country is bigger than .

    3. We've missed the train by a narrow margin, look at this train, it must be !

    4. He 's borrowed a hat which isn't ! This one is too small for him!

    5. Their friends have played a bad trick to them! All their shoes had been hidden and changed for other shoes, while they were swimming. These shoes are not ! They are laughing all together, now.

    6. When the teacher asked for her exercise book, she answered that it wasn't , so that she 's got a zero.

    7. In summer, the tree, in front of the kitchen, has lost all leaves: it must be dead or had been eaten by insects.

    8. In winter, coat-hangers are full of coats, gloves, scarves, caps : children struggle to find .

    9. Tom's dog is running after ball.

    10. This bird incubates in its nest an egg that wasn't own: a cuckoo has laid there.

    11. She asked her husband whose this piece of hair was, because it wasn't ...

    12. ... He answered to her: "My colleague had put his jacket on , for lunch time with our boss."

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