English Exercises > possessives exercises > Possessive ´ or ´s - Genetive Case

EmbarrassedComplete the exercise with 's or '.

1.  The woman  dogs.
2.  My grandmother  car.
3.  The student  books.
4.  The girl  mother.
5.  The witch  hat.
6.  My brothers  children.
7.  My parents  furniture.
8.  My family car.
9.  The cow  milk.
10.  The farmer  truck.

 

       

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