More practice – to be. Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her

Practice – to be: am/is/are and possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her

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More practice. Verb to be: am/is/are. Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her

This ______ my friend. ______ name’s Richard

Toyotas ______ Japanese ______

What is ______ ? She is a bank manager

What ____ their _____?

Mark______ 19, but Brian and Denis ______ 26 and 28

I ______ 22 years old, but Andrew ______ 20

How old is your aunt? ______ is 29.

Where ______ she from? She ______ from Japan

What ______ this?  It’s ______ umbrella

Oxford is ______ English university

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Learn the theory with the verb to be and the pronoun and then this practice is very simple.

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