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POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS & POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

Do you know ………. sister?


a) me b) my c) mine d) this e) an

Are these clothes ……….?


a) she b) hers c) her d) heers e) shes

He’s got an umbrella. It’s ………. umbrella.


a) his b) he’s c) hi’s d) here e) her

Jane is my best friend. ………. house is next to mine.


a) she shes her hers she’s

Find the mistake: “ Sheila says the umbrella isn’t her”


a) Sheila b) says c) umbrella d) isn’t e) her

Put the words into the correct order:


Its / a / walls / it’s / white / house / are / and.

QUESTION WORDS

Answer the following question: “How are you?”


a) I am a doctor. b) I am fine, thank you. c) I’m old.
d) I’m your brother. e) I am angry.

………. do you live?


a) What b) Where c) How d) Who e) When

A: “……….?”
B: “Italian”

a) Who are you? b) Which are you? c) What country are you from?
d) What language do you speak? e) Where do you live?

A: “Knock! Knock!”


B: “……….?”
A: It’s the postman.

a) What’s there? b) What’s that? c) Who’s here? d) What’s it?


e) Who’s there?

 A: “………. are those drawings over there ?”


B: “ Paul’s”

a) Who b) How much c) Which d) Whose e) How many


 A: “………. is this bag?”
B: “My sister’s”.

a) What b) Who c) Whose d) Which e) To whom

The man ………. apartment is next to ours is an engineer.


a) who b) which c) whose d) that e) what

THE PLURAL

The plural of sheep is:


a) sheeps b) sheep c) sheps d) ships e) ship

It’s autumn. The ………. of the trees are falling down.


a) leafe b) leafes c) leaves d) leafs e) lives

Ann is doing her ……….


a) home works b) homeworks c) homework d) home’s work
e) homwork

The books on the table are mine and ………. on the bed are yours.
a) this b) that c) those d) your e) these

COMPARISONS
The coffee is ………. the ice tea.
a) hotter then b) the hottest c) hotter than d) hoter than
e) as hot as

The new English teacher is ………. the previous one.


a) nicier than b) much nice than c) as nice as d) the nicest
e) more nice than

I need ………. Help with my homework. Can you lend me a hand, please?
a) a little b) a few c) little d) many e) any

 English is ………. (little) difficult ………. Japanese.


a) littler / than b) more little / than c) less / that
d) much little / than e) less / than