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Test 1 (my-mine).
Where is (my, mine) hat?
Is this pencil (her, hers)?
(Our, ours) cat is thin.
What is (your, yours) sister’s name?
She has broken … leg.
You can’t have the chocolate! It’s all …
(Our, ours) car is cheaper than (their, theirs) car.
My pencil is broken. Can I borrow …?
My mobile needs to be fixed, but (her, hers) is working.
We gave them (our, ours) telephone number and they gave us (their, theirs).
When is (our, ours) class?
She left (her, hers) notebook in the bus.
Test 2 (I-me).
(He, him) is my best friend.
I live with (she, her).
(They, them) have three brothers.
Does (he, him) have a dog?
Are the pizzas for (we, us)?
The man doesn’t like (I, me).
The children made (we, us) lunch.
Do (I, me) need to bring my jacket?
I don’t love (she, her).
I am going to buy (she, her) an ice-cream cone.
Test 3. Revision. (I-my-mine-me).
1. My husband and (I, mine, my) went to the theatre last Saturday.
2. I heard the teacher talking about Richard and (ours, me, theirs).
3. (They, their, theirs) sister works downtown.
4. Mary, is this your bike? – No, (me, mine, I, my) bike is behind the house.
5. My father is writing a letter to (he, him, his).
6. When my sister saw (him, his, he) bike, she wanted one too.
7. What happened? (yours, you, your) are so nervous.
8. Should I open the window? – Yes, open (it, its, them), please.
9. Paul and Betty are eating (them, their, theirs) sandwiches.
10. We are going to the cinema. Come with (we, them, us).
11. These are my bananas. You can’t eat (their, theirs, them, me).
12. (she, her, hers) is always late for school.
13. Peter is helping (ours, our, we) little brother.
14. Tommy, give Liza back (she, her, hers) pencil!
15. Where are you? I can’t see (your, yours, you).
16. Our cat is white but (it, its, it’s) tail is black.
17. Don’t tell (we, us, ours) your stories!
Test 4. Revision. (All pronouns).
We will do the work …
My sister Jane loves books. This novel is for…
Where is the dog? – Tom is taking … for a walk.
Jane is a baby. She is too small to eat by …
Robert didn’t drink his coffee. He drank (she, hers, her).
I don’t know (they, their, theirs, them) very well.
You are five years old, Tom. You have to brush your hair…
Did (you, your, yours) mother call?
This scarf belongs to my aunt Tina. This scarf is …
What colour is the cat’s hair? - … is black and white.
The children can decorate the Christmas Tree …
Your parents like good music. Give this CD to…
A dog can’t wash…
Try one of my cakes. I made (they, them, theirs) (me, myself, mine).
We were at this party yesterday. Did anybody see …?
Our neighbourhood is safe, while (them, their, theirs) isn’t.
Is that your father and mother's garden? - No, it isn't … It belongs to my uncle.
The girls are very tired. Help … please.
That is one of (we, ours, our) friends.
We thank you for inviting … to this party.
I think I got my notes mixed up with (you, your, yours).
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