Grammar

Possessive ‘s or of

Here’s a lesson on how and when to use either: possessive ‘s, ‘ or of.

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Possessive 's & of

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Choose the correct option.

My sister has a friend called Peter.

Choose the correct sentence.

Select the best option for the words in italics.

I've been at the house that belongs to the Wilson family all afternoon.

Choose the correct option.

Choose the correct option.

He's the Jones' son.

Choose the option that means the same as the sentence below. Use possessive 's ' if possible.

There is a playground for children in the park.

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Choose the option that means the same as the sentence below. 

The toilets for men are over there.

Choose the option that means the same as the sentence below. Use possessive 's ' if possible.

That watch belongs to my brother.

Choose the best option for the words in italics.

We'd like a holiday that lasts five weeks.

Choose the correct option.

A-Whose book is that?

 

Choose the best option for the words in italics.

I read the news in the paper that I read yesterday.

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