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Practice 3. Possessive Determiners | (A-Level, Basic)

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Based on the lesson about possessive determiners, write sentences using the correct possessive determiner (my, your, his, her, its, our, their). Use the clues in each item.

Example 1: Joe’s father is Mexican.

Your Sentence: His father is Mexican.

Example 2: Mary’s hair is beautiful.

Your Sentence: Her hair is beautiful.

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1. John’s house is large.

Your Sentence:

His house is large.

2. The students’ books are difficult to read.

Your Sentence:

Their books are difficult to read.

3. Is that your and my new teacher?

Your Sentence:

Is that our new teacher?

4. My brother’s name is Joe.

Your Sentence:

His name is Joe.

5. My parents’ jobs are difficult.

Your Sentence:

Their jobs are difficult.

6. The car’s window is broken

Your Sentence:

Its window is broken.

7. The car’s price is very high.

Your sentence:

Its price is very high.

8. I don’t know Janet’s parents.

Your Sentence:

I don’t know her parents.

9. My sister’s and my grandmother is from Germany.

Your Sentence:

Our grandmother is from Germany.

10.The children’s dog is running in the park.

Your Sentence:

Their dog is running in the park.

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