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Great exercise but some IMPORTANT ERRORS posted by
MAKE SURE TO CORRECT THIS BEFORE SHARING WITH STUDENTS: "I, you, he, she, we..." are SUBJECT PRONOUNS (NOT "possessive adjectives, which would be "my, your, his, her, etc). And "Me, you, him, her, us..." are OBJECT PRONOUNS (not possessive pronouns, which would be "mine, yours, his, hers, ours, etc). Also, the questions and answers make no sense with many grammatical and punctuation errors. For example, "Do the students study at Britain elementary school." should be "Do the students study at elementary school in Britain?" And the answer should be, "Yes, ______ do."