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Subject/Object pronouns and possessive adjectives

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Choose the correct alternative:
1.  mother always cooks for 
2.  doesn't know  name.
3. David's sister is very hard working.  marks are really brilliant! 
4. What do eat when you go to a Chinese Restaurant?  eat pork. I like !
5. I watch  programme every afternoon. is a really good actress.
6. David is my best friend. play with and sister every Saturday.
7. I like the piano very much, but I don't play .
8. daughter takes care of baby brother.
9. don't brush teeth after every meal.
10. uncle and my aunt have got a computer. is old and need to repair .
11. The teacher is not very happy with , because talk all the time and don't listen to .
12. Those children are very happy. parents have a new car
13. Are you talking to ? Sorry, but don't understand what you're saying.
14. Is this your new house? like . very big.
15. cleans room every Saturday
Substitute the underlined parts with a suitable Subject/Object pronoun:
1. Martha and I don't like adventure films.   
2. I give Tom a very interesting book. 
3. You never tell your mother the truth. 
4. It's very important that you bring your workbook.
5. She studies English and French.
6. He comes to the cinema with Adam and I.
7. They buy some tickets for the concert.
8. Liam, Robert and you go to the same school.
9. The babygirl cries very much at night.
10. The policeman helps the woman  //
 Order the following sentences. There is ONE WORD that you don't need in each sentence:
1. He students The to listen him.
2. watch parents  MyTV at She night.
3. He is The very computer good.
4. the Your Me dance in friends disco.
5. eats Your all its dog food I.
6. in live mice garden Those You your
7. and rice. granny cooks His chicken I
8. The He its dog tail moves.
9. her parents. She with lives They 
10. his John school her finishes in June.

                     

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