Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns Quiz
My name is Alex. What is _________ ?
A: Who’s coming to dinner tonight?
B: My colleague Joan and ________ husband Jim.
This bird has broken ________ wing.
A: Elisabeth is looking for her umbrella. Is this it?
B: Yes, that’s ________ .
My computer is very old. ______ keyboard doesn’t work well.
________ computer is a Mac, but ________ is a PC.
A. Your, mine
B. Yours, mine
C. Your, my
D. Yours, my
A: Is that your car in the driveway?
B: No. We parked ________ on the street.
These grammar books are different. ________ has 278 pages, but ________ has only 275.
A. Yours, mine
B. Your, my
C. Yours, my
D. Your, mine
Our house is very dirty, but _________ is very clean.
Julie has eaten her lunch already, but I’m saving ________ until later.
________ pencil is broken. Can I borrow ________?
A. Mine, yours
B. Your, mine
C. My, yours
D. Yours, mine
A: When are you two getting married?
B: Soon, and we are inviting all ________ friends, especially you.
We gave them ________ telephone number, and they gave us ________.
A. ours, their
B. our, their
C. ours, theirs
D. our, theirs
A: Is this my book?
B: No, it’s ________ . Yours is over there.
_____ father works in a bank.
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