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English worksheet: Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adj. - D. Henrie & S. Gómez Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adj. - D. Henrie & S. Gómez

Students will have to fill in the blanks with I, my, she, her, he or his. Most of the data included in the interviews are not real or true but age and origin of the WWP´s cast are true.

 Age: 9-14

Copyright © 13/6/2010  Carina Finoli
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Personal Pronouns and Possessive Adj. - D. Henrie & S. Gómez





         posted by soledad_grosso
thanks ! =)


         posted by carinita
I´ve updated the document I made a mistake I typed " What´s....your occupation?" and students were supposed to complete with "your"...Now, it´s OK Sorry for the slip