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    Grammar rules
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  • I put my glasses … in my office, but I can’t remember exactly where. (everywhere / somewhere / anywhere)
    somewhere
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  • … ate my ice cream! Who? Who ate my ice cream? (Anyone / Anything / Someone)
    Someone
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  • There are living dinosaurs … on Earth.(anywhere / nowhere / something)
    nowhere
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  • Is this Emily's room? – Yes, it's ... (his / her / hers)
    hers
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  • I lost ... cellphone in the library. Can you lend me yours? (mine / my / our)
    my
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  • Hey Ron! This is not our car. ... is red. (Yours / Its / Ours)
    Ours
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  • Stop! – These sweets are all ... (mine / her / your)
    mine
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  • The rabbit is white. ... cage is in the garden. (Our / My / Its)
    Its
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  • Yes, we have a dog. ... dog is very old. (My / Her / Our)
    Our
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  • Tom and Robert like fish and chips. It's ... favourite food. (your / his / their)
    their
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  • Excuse me, waiter. There’s … in my soup. I think it’s a fly. (somebody / something / anything)
    something
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  • I went shopping yesterday, but I couldn’t find … that I liked. (anything / nothing /nowhere)
    anything
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  • Thomas ate … that was in his lunch bag, except for the carrot. (everything/ everyone / no one)
    everything
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  • … is more important than having friends and family who love you. (Everyone ( Nothing / Somewhere)
    Nothing
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  • … in our class passed the grammar test! ( Anybody / Someone / Everyone)
    Everyone
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  • Did you guys do … interesting on the weekend? (anywhere / anything / anybody)
    anything
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  • I didn’t go … on my holiday. I was so bored! (nowhere / somewhere / anywhere)
    anywhere
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  • Debbie has got a hamster. ... ... is very cutie. (hers / his / mine)
    hers
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  • Emma has got a brother. ... name is Paul.(their / our / his)
    his
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  • Is this your grandparents' house? Yes, it's ... (theirs / ours / yours)
    theirs
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  • Are those children ...? (yours / their / your)
    yours
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  • These shots are ...! (their / its / ours)
    ours
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  • We need to tidy up. There's rubbish ... (everywhere / anything / anywhere)
    everywhere
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  • They are homeless. They have ... to live. (someone / somewhere / nowhere)
    nowhere
  •  5