Exercise 3. Put in my/our/your/his/her/their/its.
I like ... job.
Do you like
Sally is married.
husband works in a bank.
I know Mr. Watson but I don't know
coat when you go out. It's very cold.
favourite sport is tennis. I play a lot in summer.
My sister plays tennis too but her favourite sport is athletics.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker live in London but
son lives in Australia.
Thank you for ... letter. It was good to hear from you again.
We are going to invite all ... friends to the party.
John is a teacher but
sister is a nurse.
Do you think that most people are happy in
I often see that man but I don't know
They've got two children but I don't remember ... names.
The company has offices in many places but
head office is in New York.
Exercise 4. Choose the right word.
1. Is this your/yours book? (your is right).
2. It is their/theirs problem, not our/ours, (their and ours are right).
3. Are these your/yours shoes?
4. This is not my/mine umbrella. My/mineis yellow.
5. They know our/ours address but we don't know their/theirs.
6. They've got two children but I don't know their/theirs names.
7. My/Mine room is bigger than her/hers, but her/hers is nicer.
Exercise 5. Finish the sentences with myself/yourself etc.
1. I cut
with a knife.
2. Be careful! That plate is very hot. Don't burn
3. I'm not angry with you. I'm angry with
4. They never think about other people. They only think about
5. I got out of the bath and dried ... with a towel.
6. When people are alone, they often talk to
7. The police say that the woman shot ... with a gun.
8. Don't pay for me. I want to pay for
9. I'd like to know more about you. Tell me about
Exercise 6. Put in "some" or "any".
1. I'm going to buy
2. They didn't make
3. I can pay. I've got
4. There aren't ... shops in this part of the town.
5. George and Alice haven't got ... children.
6. Have you got ... brothers or sisters?
7. There are ... beautiful flowers in the garden.
8. Are there ... letters for me this morning?
9. I haven't got ... stamps but Ann's got
10. Do you know ... good hotels in London?
11. "Would you like ... tea?". "Yes, please".
12. We haven't got ... bread, so I'm going out to buy
13. When we were on holiday, we visited ... interesting places.
14. I went out to buy ... milk but they didn't have ... in the shop.
15. I'm thirsty. Can I have ... water, please?
Exercise 7. Put in "who, whom, that, which".
1. The woman ... spoke next was a newspaper writer.
2. My mother, ... is over sixty, still plays golf.
3. This is the volume ... contains lives of great men and women.
4. This volume, ... contains lives of great men and women, has 496 pages.
5. The horse ... won the race was owned by a Frenchman.
6. The film ... we saw yesterday evening is not a very good one.
7. Grammar, ... perhaps you do not like very much, can help you to speak and write good English.
8. Miss Don, ... you heard in that discussion, has worked in newspaper offices for fifteen years.
Exercise 8. Put in "much/many/a lot/ a lot of.
1.... people want to see this play.
2. Do you drink ... tea?
3. Did you pay ... money for your watch?
4. It costs ... money to travel around the world.
5. We have invited ... of people to the party.
6. How ... time does it take you to go there?
7. How ... times have you been there?
8. George knows ... about economics.
9. "Did you enjoy the party?" "No, not...".
10. We saw ... interesting things in the museum.
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