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Example: Louis rode the skateboard.

He rode the skateboard


1) Mary and Paul are going to visit friends. ----

2) The turtles were glad to see Aaron. ----

3) Lucy drove the tractor on the farm. ----

4) The soup was delicious! ----

5) Mr. Wheat played the trumpet for the class. ----

6) The presentation was very interesting. ----

7) Brian rode the horse. ----

8) Timmy and I baked a cake for our father. ----

9) Mark went skiing with Barry. ----

10) Mark and Joe did well on the science project. ----

Exercises 1: Change the sentences using Object Pronouns. Example;

I like the teacher. - I like him.

1. She calls Mary. She calls __________

2. You eat breakfast with David. You eat breakfast with __________.

3. We don't like fast food. We don't like __________.

4. I miss my family. I miss __________.

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5. He wants the book. He wants __________?

6. Max likes David and me. Max likes __________.

7. We give present to Mum at Christmas. We give presents to __________.

8. I want to see the movie. I want to see __________.

9. We love to meet Peter and Julie. We love to meet __________.

10.I want to talk to Paul. I want to talk to __________.

Exercises 2: Change the sentences using Object Pronouns. Example;

I like music. - I like it.

1. I believe Sam. I believe __________.

2. We study English. We study __________in the morning.

3. The teacher teaches the students. He teaches __________Math.

4. Carla calls David and I. She calls __________.

5. She is my favorite singer. I really like __________.

6. I like to talk to Tyler. I like to talk to __________.

7. They like sports. They play __________every day.

8. The bookstore is next to the bank. The bookstore is next to __________.

9. Wow! I really like this scarf. I want to buy __________.

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10.Dad wants to talk to you and Jenny. He wants to talk to __________.

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

Exercises 3 : Complete each sentence using the correct modifying possessive pronoun.
1. The pencil belongs to the girl. It is __________.

2. This is my pen. This pen is __________.

3. I ride a bike to school. The bike is __________.

4. The lady wore a beautiful dress. The beautiful dress was __________.

5. The children played with the computer. It was __________.

6. You can choose any food to eat. The choice is __________.

7. My friends love reading. It is a favorite pastime of __________.

8. My sister and I walk the dog because it is __________.

9. Her coat is prettier than mine. Her coat is blue; __________ is brown.

10.Be more careful with John’s toys, because __________ are breakable.

POSSESSIVE NOUN FORMS


Exercises 4 : Complete the following sentences with the possessive noun form of the noun in brackets.
example: This is (Tim) cat. This is Tim’s cat.
1. Do you know (Brian) parents? ______
2. Let’s go to (the Smiths) house! ______
3. Have you seen (Tina) new car? ______
4. Bianca is (Donald) daughter. ______
5. The door (the house) was locked. ______
6. Have you got (Charles) telephone ______
number?
7. (Carla) watch is very valuable. ______
8. I cannot remember the title (the ______
movie).
9. (the twins) bikes were stolen. ______

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10. (the hairdresser) (shop) is not far ______
from here.

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

Exercises 4 : Complete the sentences. Use my, your, his, her, our, or their.

Exanple: I have a pen. My pen is blue.

1. Kate has a pen. _______ pen is green.


2. Sara and you have pens. _______ pens are red.
3. I have a sister. _______ sister is 21 years old.
4. You have a pen. _______ pen is a ballpoint.
5. Jim and you have mustaches. _______ mustaches are dark.
6. Ann and Alex have a baby. _______ baby is 8 months old.
7. Alice and I have notebooks. _______ notebooks are green.
8. Ann has a brother. _______ brother is in high school.
9. Ken has a brother. _______ coat is brown.
10. Mike has a car. _______ car is blue.

Exercie 5: Complete the sentences. Use has or have. Use my, your, his, her, our, or their.
Exanple: I have a book. My book is interesting.
Yessy has a book. Her book is thick.

1. Bob _______ a bag. _______ bag is green.


2. You _______ a raincoat. _______ raincoat is brown.
3. Kate _______ a raincoat. _______ raincoat is red.
4. Ann and Jim are married. They _______ baby is 6 months old.
5. Ken and Sue _______ a daughter. _______ daughter is 10 years old.
6. John and I _______ a son. _______ son is 7 years old.
7. I _______ a brother. _______ brother is 16 years old.
8. We _______ grammar books. _______grammar books are red.
9. Tom and you _______ bags. _______ bags are green.
10. Ann _______a dictionary. _______dictionary is red

Indefinite Pronouns

Positive Negative

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1. everyone/everybody No one/nobody

2. Someone/somebody Anyone/anybody(-/?)

3. Everthing nothing

4. Something Anything (-/?)

5. Everywhere Nowhere

6. Somewhere Anywhere(-/?)

7. All -

8. Some Any (-/?)

9. Many None

None
10. Much
-
11. several
-
12. Few
-
13. Both
14. Either Neither

15. each

Exercie 6: Put the following indefinite pronouns into the correct blanks.

anywhere anyone (2x) something everyone nothing


somewhere someone (2x) anything everything

1. Can't you hear that____________is knocking on the door?

2. I was wondering if you would like________________to drink.

3. The family members have been badly injured in the accident. Is there __________to help them?

4. Carol has just checked the internet; however, she couldn't find the article________________.

5. Unfortunately, this plant is already dead and there is ________________ we can do about it.

6. Stop feeling sorry for your relationship! You should simply accept _________has a beginning and an end.

7. _________must do __________ about the human rights in that country or it will be too late.

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8. The boss is writing an important report. Therefore, he has to work ________________ quiet.

9. There is an exam tomorrow. Needless to say, ________________has to study for it.

10. My boyfriend broke my heart by lying to me. I don't think I can trust________________

Articles and possessive adjectives

Insert a, an, the, or my, his, her, our, your, their if necessary.

1. He took off . . . coat and set to work.

2. Why are you standing there with . . . hands in . . . pockets?

3. At most meetings . . . people vote by raising . . . right hands.

4. The bullet struck him in . . . foot.

5. They tied . . . hands behind . . . back and locked him in a cellar.

6. He took . . . shoes off and entered on . . . tiptoe.

7. Someone threw . . . egg which struck the speaker on . . . shoulder.

8. I have . . . headache.

9. I have . . . pain in . . . shoulder.

10. The windscreen was smashed and the driver was cut in . . . face by broken glass.

11. He was . . . very tall man with . . . dark hair and . . . small beard, but I couldn't see . . . eyes

because he was wearing . . . dark glasses.

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12. He tore . . . trousers getting over a barbed wire fence.

13. Brother and sister were quite unlike each other. He had . . . fair wavy hair; . . . hair was dark

and straight.

14. She pulled . . . sleeve to attract his attention.

15. She pulled him by . . . sleeve.

16. 'Hands up!' said the masked man, and we all put . . . hands up.

17. Ask . . . woman in front of you to take off . . . hat.

18. He stroked . . . chin thoughtfully.

19. If you're too hot why don't you take off . . . coat?

20. I saw him raise . . . right hand and take . . . oath.

21. The lioness bit him in . . . leg.

22. You should change . . . wet shoes, or you'll catch another cold.

23. There was a shot and a policeman came out with . . . blood running down . . . face.

24. We shook . . . hands with . . . host.

25. He fell off his horse and injured . . . back.

26. The barman seized the drunk by . . . collar.

27. Leave . . . coats in . . . cloakroom; don't bring them into . . . theatre.

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28. He fell down a flight of stairs and broke . . . rib.

29. He pointed to a woman in . . . green dress.

30. He is . . . thoroughly selfish man; he wouldn't lift . . . finger to help anyone.

31. You'll strain . . . eyes if you read in . . . bad light.

32. She was on . . . knees, scrubbing . . . kitchen floor.

33. He has . . . horrible job; I wouldn't like to be in . . . shoes.

34. You've got . . . shirt on inside out.

35. 'Pull up . . . socks,' said his mother.

36. I hit . . . thumb with a hammer when I was hanging the picture.

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