London Calling English Grammar POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS -Infographic and mini book for exercising 2

possessive adjectives and pronouns mini book

Possessives

Possessive Adjectives:

Examples of possessive adjectives:

• I have two children. MY children are twins.
• You have such a lovely dog! YOUR dog is
amazing!
• John is a nice guy. HIS parents are very
nice people too.
• My mother loves HER pupils.

•We have two children. OUR children are
twins.
•You are responsible for the accident! YOUR responsibility will be to decide on further
actions.
• They have a great teacher! THEIR teacher is
the best!

Fill in the gaps with the right possessive
adjective:

1. This is ______ (he) book.
2. It was one of the best holidays in ______
(we) life!
3. Where is ______ (I) pencil?
4. Susan brought ______ (she) dogs at the
supermarket.
5. Have you done ______ (you) homework?
6. He put ______ (he) money into
______(he) pocket.
7. We’re coming to ______ (you) party.
8. I can’t wait to open ______ (I) present.
9. My parents are celebrating ______
(they) anniversary.
10. Look at ______ (she) car! She hasn’t
even told us about it.
11.______ (I) friends prepared me a
great celebration.
12. Sue gave me ______ (she) umbrella.
13. Cambridge is famous for ______ (it)
University.
14. Is this ______ (you) camera?
15. Do you like ______ (you) new teacher?

KEY:

1. This is his (he) book.
2. It was one of the best holidays in our
(we) life!
3. Where is my (I) pencil?
4. Susan brought her (she) dogs at the
supermarket.
5. Have you done your (you) homework?
6. He put his (he) money into his (he)
pocket.
7. We’re coming to your (you) party.
8. I can’t wait to open my (I) present.
9. My parents are celebrating their (they)
anniversary.
10. Look at her (she) car! She hasn’t even
told us about it.
11.My (I) friends prepared me a
great celebration.
12. Sue gave me her (she) umbrella.
13. Cambridge is famous for its (it)
University.
14. Is this your (you) camera?
15. Do you like your (you) new teacher?

 

*Can and Could 

*Modal Verbs

* Phrases with BREAK

*Subject and Object questions

*Subject and Object Personal Pronouns

*Question Words

*Future Continuous / Future Perfect

*Am / Is / Are

 

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Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns

Possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives

Exercises:

1.Fill in with the right possessive adjectives using the prompts in brackets:

  • Where is _____ T-shirt? (I)
  • This is _____ house. (We)
  •  _____ teacher is very supportive. (They)
  • _____ mother likes to cook. (I)
  • _____ sister is my best friend. (He)
  • John likes _____ two siblings very much. (He)
  • His friends gave him _____ books back. (He)

 

2.   Fill in with the right possessive pronouns using the prompts in brackets:

  •  This is _____. (I)
  •  The ball is _____.( He)
  •  The cat is _____.(We)
  •  This necklace is _____.(She)
  •  The rings are _____.(We)
  • This is not _____ (They), this is _____ (We)!

3. Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns or possessive adjectives:  

  • He likes _____ (she) jokes but I don’t!
  • Why are you looking at _____ (she) legs?
  • That’s not ______ (I) book, it’s _______ (you)!
  • _____ (they) cars are very expensive.
  • Peter’s house is big. _____ (I) is aso big and _____ (she) is small.
  • The dog wagged _____ (it) tail.
  • The big cat is ______ (we) and the smaller one is _____(they).
  • What colour is _____ (you) brother’s jacket? _____ (he) jacket is blue. What colour is _____ (you)?
  • _____ (we) house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
  • What colours are _____ (you) eyes? _____ (I) are brown.
  • This is _____ (I) brother’s house. It’s _____ (he).
  • Is this _____ (you) luggage or _____ (he)?
  • What is _____ (you) problem?
  • This is friend of ______ (I). _____ (he) name is Tom.
  • I like _____ (I) two brothers I live with.

4. Circle the correct answer:

  • He goes to his/him house.
  • They like their/theirs
  • Is this your/yours?
  • My/mine ball is bigger than her/hers.
  • We are having a great time at our/ours house.
  • She’s putting her/hers money into her/hers pocket.
  • Susan made her/hers first public speech.

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