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Date d'inscription : 15/02/2006

MessageSujet: GRAMMAR   Dim 11 Fév - 15:11

Bonjour,

Voilà j’ai ces 3 exercices de grammaire à faire pour demain, je n’ai pas tout compris mais j’ai tout de même essayé, pouvez vous me corriger SVP ? ( des explications en français seraient les bienvenues ) merci beaucoup. Arrow


Fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive adjective or pronoun:

1) Denise opened HER front door, and stepped out into the garden.
2) James and HIS wife have gone to Rome for the weekend.
3) The car once belonged to Paul’s mother, but now it’s HIS.
4) “Could you show me YOUR latest drawing, Bobby ? “his friend asked him”.
5) They thought the world was THEIRS, they were so ambitious!
6) We were left on IT own in the office for over an hour!
7) The spectators discussed the concert as they made THEY way back to THEIR cars.
Cool “This is my pen! “Susan told brother.” IT is over there ! “



Fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive adjective or pronoun:


1) Her husband loves her so much that he is ready to risk HIS life to save THEM.
2) The social worker noticed that the little boy slept in HIS parent’s bed and played with HIS sister toys all day long.
3) She wiped HIS nose on the back of HIS hand, and pulled HIS fingers through HIS hair.
4) The painting has lost two-thirds of ITS value since it was damaged in the fire.
5) He has informed all HIS relatives of his decision.
6) When they caught sight of him, THEIRS faces grew pale.
7) “we shouldn’t get involved, “he told HIS wife, “it’s really none of MINE business!”
Cool she could think of nothing else! She couldn’t get his words out of HER mind.


Replace the words in bold type with personal pronouns in the subject or object from:

1) JANE loves going to the cinema. ( she)
2) MY BROTHERS AND I see each other as often as possible. (we)
3) “ Do you remember SHEILA now? You me SHEILA AND HER HUSBAND AT the party last month.” ( she ; they)
4) PAULA saw that HER LITTLE BOY was running towards her, and that HER LITTLE BOY was crying. (she; he; he )
5) “How can I make MY RELATIVES understand that I still love SCOTT ? “ she wondered. ( they; he )
6) THE COUPLE didn’t enjoy THE PLAY since THE PLAY was long and boring. (they ; it ; it )
7) “MR BROWN will be back soon, please take a seat and wait for Mr BROWN, “ THE SECRETARY told THE CUSTOMER. ( he; his ; he ; it )
Cool All of THE MEMBERS OF THE GOUVERNMENT will certainly agree with THE PRIME MINISTER. ( they ; him )
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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Dim 11 Fév - 18:08

Salut, Mimi. Faut pas travailler dans l'urgence. Ça me donne pas beaucoup de temps pour corriger vu que j'ai une vie au-delà de ce forum.
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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive adjective or pronoun:

1) Denise opened HER front door, and stepped out into the garden. exact
2) James and HIS wife have gone to Rome for the weekend. exact
3) The car once belonged to Paul’s mother, but now it’s HIS. exact
4) “Could you show me YOUR latest drawing, Bobby ? “his friend asked him”. exact
5) They thought the world was THEIRS, they were so ambitious! exact
6) We were left on our own in the office for over an hour!
7) The spectators discussed the concert as they made their way back to THEIR cars. they -> their
Cool “This is your pen! “Susan told brother.” IT is over there ! “ over there -> your

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive adjective or pronoun:

1) Her husband loves her so much that he is ready to risk HIS life to save her.
2) The social worker noticed that the little boy slept in HIS parent’s bed and played with HIS sister's toys all day long.
3) She wiped her nose on the back of her hand, and pulled her fingers through her hair. she -> her
4) The painting has lost two-thirds of ITS value since it was damaged in the fire. exact
5) He has informed all HIS relatives of his decision.
6) When they caught sight of him, their faces grew pale. they -> their
7) “we shouldn’t get involved, “he told HIS wife, “it’s really none of our business!” we -> our
Cool She could think of nothing else! She couldn’t get his words out of HER mind. exact

Replace the words in bold type with personal pronouns in the subject or object from:

1) She loves going to the cinema. ( she)
2) We see each other as often as possible. (we)
3) “ Do you remember her now? You met them at the party last month.” ( she ; they)
4) She saw that he was running towards her, and that he was crying. (she; he; he )
5) “How can I make them understand that I still love him ? “ she wondered. ( they; he )
6) They didn’t enjoy it since it was long and boring. (they ; it ; it )
7) “He will be back soon, please take a seat and wait for him, “She told him/her. ( he; his ; he ; it )
Cool All of them will certainly agree with him/her. ( they ; him )
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Lun 12 Fév - 16:42

Bonjour Doudou,

je suis vraiment désolée, Embarassed quand j'ai dis à faire pour demain (lundi) je voulais dire que je dois le faire au plus tard ce soir donc lundi et le rendre mardi, c'est vrai que c'est pas très grand comme temps, je m'excuse je suis consciente que vous avez une vie en dehors d'Internet, comme tout le monde d'ailleurs. je n’ai pas pu vous envoyer mon travail avant car je n'ai pu utiliser mon ordi que ce dimanche sinon l'exercice il y a prés d'une semaine que je l'ai fait, mille excuses encore une fois.

je vous remercie d'être aussi gentil. flower I love you Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Lun 12 Fév - 16:53

Douou, je ne comprend pas la 8 :

“This is my pen! “Susan told brother.” ..... is over there ! “

pourquoi avez vous changé my en YOUR ???
ce n'est pas ça qu'il faut changer, il faut juste compléter les pointier, la phrase "“This is my pen! ...." est déjà donnée.
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Lun 12 Fév - 17:16

une derniére question lol! ; est-il faux de dire “ Do you remember she now? parce que “ Do you remember her now? ça fait bizarre parce que her c’est pour dire l’appartenance non ? Rolling Eyes Question Question Neutral
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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Lun 12 Fév - 18:07

Pour ce qui est de ton DM envoyé à la dernière minute, c'est pas grave.

“This is my pen! “Susan told her brother.” ..... is over there ! “
L'emploi de this suggère la proximité. That suggère le contraire.

Il n'existe aucun interlocuteur qui dirait : " This is my pen. Mine is over there." Ça n'a aucun sens pour un anglophone. On ne le dirait même pas en français : Voici mon stylo. Le mien est là-bas. JAMAIS !

Voilà pourquoi j'ai écrit yours.

This (ici) is my pen. Yours (par opposition) is over there.
C'est justement ça qu'on dirait.
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Her sert à désigner et le complément d'objet direct et l'adjectif possessif.

I remember her (objet). She just picked up her (adj poss) kids.

Tous mes voeux pour une bonne note.

Ed
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Mar 13 Fév - 15:36

merci beaucoup Doudou.
j'ai compris !
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Mar 13 Fév - 17:07

You're welcome, Mimi. I'm glad I could help, and I'm glad you understood my explanations. Bonne nuit.
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MessageSujet: Re: GRAMMAR   Mer 14 Fév - 10:06

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