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(Compulsory Supplementary Material for Beta Lower Module. Suggested Supplementary Material for Gamma Lower Module.)

Depending on the context, we can use either Possessive Adjectives or Possessive Pronouns to indicate possession. Possessive adjectives almost always come before a noun. Possessive pronouns replace a noun; This is my car. This car is mine. (Possessive Adjective) (Possessive Pronoun)

EXERCISE 1. Put in suitable Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives to complete these pairs of sentences. Example: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. house is around the corner. is on the next street. His house is around the corner. Mine is on the next street.

Mary is wearing _______ new dress. I'll wear ________ tomorrow. Can I use _____ pen for a moment, please? I don't have ______ with me. Is that _________ dog, Peter? No, it isn't _________ ; it is John's.

The Levys often invite us to __________ house. They often come to ___________. Whats _________ name, little boy? _______ name is Greg. Whats __________? Is ______ tie new, Pete? Yes, it is. What about ______ ? _______ is not. It's old.

EXERCISE 2. Answer the following questions according to the chart below, using the Genitive Case andPossessive Pronouns. Example: Whose lamp is this? It's the Brown's. Its theirs. Peter compact discs a leather jacket Mary a red sweater The Brown Family a lamp cars a house a book pencils You

1. 2. 3. 4.

Whose leather jacket is this? Whose house is that? Whose compact disks are these? Whose red sweater is this?

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5. 6. Whose cars are those? Whose Tronwell book is that?

EXERCISE 3. Insert the missing Possessive Adjective and Possessive Pronoun. Example: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I want to invite ____ friends to the party, but Linda doesn't want to invite ____. I want to invite my friends to the party, but Linda doesn't want to invite hers.

Heather doesn't have _____ lighter with her. Can you lend me ________? Tell William not to forget to bring _____ book. And I won't forget ______! We paint _____ house every year. Do you paint _______ every year, too? They are on time for _______ class, but Helen is late for ________. ______ pen doesn't write! Can I use _________ ? This dog doesn't want to eat ____ food! Are those cats eating _______?

EXERCISE 4. Complete the blank spaces with the missing Possessive Adjectives.

Dear Carlos: Hello! __________ name is Jane and I live in Manchester. __________ address is 23, Greenlane. Im married and __________ husband writes for a newspaper. _______ job is very interesting. We have two children __________ names are Diana and John. They are very nice and they love animals a lot. __________ daughter has a dog, __________ name is Sally. __________ son has a cat, __________ name is Ted. Well, on Sundays we visit __________ grandparents. __________ house is in the country. Write and tell me about__________ family and hobbies. Sincerely, Jane.

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EXERCISE 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. her / mine your / mine your / mine their / ours your / My / yours your / yours / mine

EXERCISE 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. It's Peter's. It's his. It's The Brown's. It's theirs. They're Peter's. They're his. It's Mary's. It's hers. They're The Levy's. They're theirs. It's ..... 's. It's mine.

EXERCISE 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. her / yours his / mine our / yours their / hers My / yours its / theirs

EXERCISE 4. my / My / my / His / their / Our / its-her / Our / its-his / our / Their / your