Fill in each blank with one of these seven possessive pronouns:my, your, his, her, its, their, our.

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Example: You say it's your fault, but I say it's my fault.

You say it's your fault, but I say it's my fault.

1. The dog wagged _____ tail furiously when _____ owner brought _____ food.

1. The dog wagged its tail furiously when its owner brought its food.

2. Mary's father told her that _____ aunt was _____ sister.

2. Mary's father told her that her aunt was his sister.

3. _____ bicycle had a wobbly front wheel, so I asked _____ sister if I could borrow _____ bicycle. But it seemed _____ bicycle's back wheel is wobbly too.

3. My bicycle had a wobbly front wheel, so I asked my sister if I could borrow her bicycle. But it seemed her bicycle's back wheel is wobbly too.

4. Their players are taller than _____ players, but _____ forwards are faster than _____ forwards so we may beat them.

4. Their players are taller than our players, but our forwards are faster than their forwards so we may beat them.

5. "You can stay at _____ house if _____ house is flooded," I told him.

5. "You can stay at my house if your house is flooded," I told him.

6. My beard was longer than _____ beard. I shaved off _____ beard only last week. Johnny said he would shave off _____ beard as he had heard some girls are scared of men with beards.

6. My beard was longer than your/his beard. I shaved off my beard only last week. Johnny said he would shave off his beard as he had heard some girls are scared of men with beards.

7. They claimed that _____ school was older than _____ school, but we told them that _____ school was much bigger.

7. They claimed that their school was older than our school, but we told them that our school was much bigger.

8. "Hey George, is this _____ walking stick? It's not _____ walking stick. I asked Richard if it's _____ walking stick. He said he's too young to have ____ own walking stick."

8. "Hey George, is this your walking stick?" "It's not my walking stick." I asked Richard if it's his walking stick. He said he's too young to have his own walking stick."

9. John lives in _____ own house. I know _____ house is next to a cemetery. He says he prefers _____ house to be in such location as the area is really quiet.

9. John lives in his own house. I know his house is next to a cemetery. He says he prefers his house to be in such location as the area is really quiet.

10. Because of _____ isolated geographical location, the area remains largely unknown. This means _____ flora and fauna stay intact.

10. Because of its isolated geographical location, the area remains largely unknown. This means its flora and fauna stay intact.