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                                             POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES         

I.- Complete the chart with the correct word.
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
    I       have      I have   notebook
    You   have  yours      You have  pencil case
    She has       She has her jacket
    He has        He has  wallet
    We have ours      We have  pens
    You have      You have  pens
    They have     They have   pencils
    I have book.  cover is black
 * The possessive its is used only with a noun following it.
 
II.- Complete the  rules:
1. A  is used alone, without a noun following it.
 
2. A  is used only with a noun following it.
III.-  Rewrite the following sentences. Substitute possessive pronouns for the bold words   
(use capital letters at the beginning of the sentence)
 
1.- Their house and our house are on the same street.  
2.- Those jeans are my jeans.
3.- The dictionary is Paul's.
4.- The black car is  my mother's car.
5.- Is this your dictionary or my dictionary?
                                                          
 
IV.- Choose the right answer to complete the following conversation.       
     
     Ann:    Whose keys are these,  or ?
     Paul :  I'm not sure. Ask them if the keys are .                                    
     Ann:    Ok. Let's go.
      Paul :  Wait a minute. I can't find my wallet. It was next to .          
    
 
      Ann:    Yes, I have it. Take your cell phone, I forget  at work.     
        
    
 
 
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