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POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

by Isil Isgor

A. Complete the sentences with the words below.
 
her        His         Its        my        our       Their       your
  1. I'm a writer. I love  my  job.
  2. Nice to meet you. Is  name Jones?
  3. She's French but  father is from Germany.
  4. Is Paul here?  mother is on the phone.
  5. It's a Persian cat.  name is Pushkin.
  6. My wife and I are doctors but  son is an actor.
  7. They're singers.  names are Fifi and Peach.
 
B. Write the words in order to make sentences.
  1. this       pen        your       Is      ?      
  2. favourite       actor         my        He's      .    
  3. Carla        Is        name         her       ?      
  4. Joe       with         friend        his        is      .     
  5. New York         is         from         teacher          Our     .     
  6. grandparents        Their        Arthur and Joan        are      .     
 
C. Choose the correct alternative to complete the dialogue.
 
Susan:   I need to talk to John and Sally. Are they back from Germany yet?
Mike:    No, they aren't.
Susan:   Do you know the name of  hotel?
Mike:    No, I don't know. You can send John an e-mail. I have  e-mail address.
Susan:   I want to talk to Sally. Do you have  phone number?
Mike:    Yes, I think so.