Where does your wife work

Donde trabaja tu mujer

I love you

Te quiero

That's too bad

Que lastima

I'm sorry, we're sold out

Perdoname, pero no hay mas/hemos vendido todo

I believe you

Te creo

When was the last time you talked to your mother

Cuando era la ultima vez que hablaste con tu madre

I have a headache

Tengo un dolor de cabeza

My cell phone doesn't work

Mi movil no funciona

They're the same

Son iguales

I speak a little English

Hablo un poquito de ingles

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Ejercicios Gramática Inglesa

Possessive Pronoun Or Possessive Adjective Nº1


Choose whether each sentence requires a possessive adjective or a possessive pronoun: EX: That book is not his. It's mine. (possessive pronoun) OR That's my book. (possessive adjective)


1. She's not his friend, she's _______________________ (my/mine).
2. Robert didn't drink his own coffee. He drank _______________________ (her/hers).
3. That is one of _______________________ (hers/her) friends.
4. His neighborhood is safe, while _______________________ (my/mine) neighborhood
5. His neighborhood is safe, while _______________________ (my/mine) isn't.
6. Did _______________________ (your/yours) mother call?
7. I don't know _______________________ (them/their) very well.
8. I don't know _______________________ (them/their) daughter very well.
9. I talked to _______________________ (my/me) grandmother for three hours last night.
10. I think I got my notes mixed up with _______________________ (your/yours).

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