Intermediate Level
Lesson 2


Intermediate English
Lesson 2 - School

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Possessive Pronouns

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Subject pronouns are pronouns that take the place of the subject in the sentence.

Frank is a student.
He is a student.

Possessive adjectives are adjectives that describe who something belongs to. Possessive adjectives come before the noun.

That is Sue's book.
That is her book.

Possessive pronouns are pronouns that describe who something belongs to.

The book is Jack's.
The book is his.

I my mine
you your yours
he his his
she her hers
it its its
we our ours
they their theirs

Select the correct word.

1. am a teacher.

2. The students need to bring books to class.

3. Is this my book or ?

4. Michelle and I like pizza, but don't like hamburgers.

5. I call my mom once a week. I tell her about my week and tells me about hers.

6. My sister and I don't share clothes. She wears her clothes and I wear .

7. The house is very big. has five bedrooms.

8. My friend's car is fast but car is more economical.

9. Valerie can't find book.

10. I like to play on computer.

11. Are going to the party on Friday?

12. is a very interesting man.

13. live in Toronto.

14. Don't forget to bring towel to the beach.

15. This book is mine, but that book is .

16. That house is .

17. The other house is .


Find the Mistake

Find the errors in the sentences.  Write the sentences correctly.

She are a student. --> She is a student. 

1. This is she book.

2. These are yours books.

3. The pencil is my. 

4. This notebook is our.

5. Her is a student.


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