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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4279: Noun + noun or ('s + noun)
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    Noun + noun or ('s + noun)

    It's the dog's toy


    They are dog toys

    • We use the 'noun + noun' structure to name common kinds of things. The first noun is often like an object ( of a verb, or a preposition).
    •  a shoe shop = a shop that sells shoes
    • We use the 's + noun structure ( possessive structure) to talk about something that belongs to ...
    • Ann's house = Ann has a house


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    1. I have sold an old (bedside table).

    2. He knows (China history) fairly well.

    3. We hate (chicken soup).

    4. Don't forget to buy a (Mother day) card !

    5. Take this (bath towel).

    6. It's my (sister new doll).

    7. Here are the (car papers).

    8. Do you enjoy (horse races) ?

    9. What do you think of the (horse race) ?

    10. Have you met the (firm boss) ?

    11. We never use (computer disks).

    12. Don't let the baby play with the (dog toy).

    13. Don't let the baby play with (dog toys).

    14. We would like to have a (grandfather clock).

    15. We are going to put (grandfather clock) in the hall.

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