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poossessive adjectives and present continuous




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possessives adjectives

                    I          you       he      she      it        we      you        they
                           my          your          his         her         its          our         your           their
 
  1. I'm English.  name is Sue.
  2. He's French.  name is Darcy.
  3. It's a nice horse.  color is brown.
  4. My name is Linn. What is  name?
  5. They are German.  names are Lyla and Ben.

 

  • Is this   plate? (I)
  • Is this   bin? (you)
  • Are those  lamps? (he)
  • Are those  cages? (it)
  • Is that  bird? (we)
  • Are those  sunglasses? (you)
  • Is this  umbrella? (she)
  • Are these  pets? (they)

 

  1.  teacher is in the classroom. (I)
  2.  cousin is in the playground. (you)
  3.  bins are in the corner. (they)
  4.  tail is on the snow. (it)
  5.  plates are on the table. (you)
  6.  friend is in the castle.(he)
  7.  party is in the street. (we)
  8.  pets are in the cage. (she)
 

 

 
FILL IN WITH PRESENT CONTINUOUS AND THE APROPIATE POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE
  • I  with  sister. (sing) (I)
  • You  with  grandmother. (play) (you)
  • He  lunch in  school. (have) (we)
  • She  very nice with  pupil. (be) (she)
  • The cat  with  toys in the garden.(play) (it)
  • We  to  cousin. (talk) (he)
  • You  with  friends.(read) (they)
  • They  with  oranges in the kitchen.(juggle) (he)