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PostSubject: Possessive adjectives   Wed 4 Apr - 13:22

Fill in the blanks with possessive adjectives. Very Happy

1- John will come to the party with...sister.
2- I think the neighbours(voisins) are at home. I saw...car in front of... house.
3- Excuse me, can I borrow (emprunter)...pen, please ?
4- He did not do...homework.
5- The cat has been out in the rain. ... fur (pelage) is wet (humide).
6- The headmaster (proviseur) told Jane not to bring...cell phone to school.
7- ... wife and I will go to Spain next July. ... son will go to the seaside with...friends.
GOOD LUCK!! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Possessive adjectives   Fri 15 Jun - 12:34

Hi
1:his
2:my,my
3:your
4:his
5:her
6:thier
7:my,our,his
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PostSubject: Re: Possessive adjectives   Fri 15 Jun - 15:06

Hello!

1:his.Very Happy
2:my: No ==> their ( refer to the the neighbours ) ,my Very Happy
3:your Very Happy
4:his Very Happy
5:her No ==> it (we use "it" for an animal)
6:thier No ==> her (refer to Jane)
7:my,Very Happy our Very Happy ,his Very Happy

This is a good try, Rahima.
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