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How to use the possessive pronouns?



 
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How to use the possessive pronouns? #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 30, 2006 18:22 pm   How to use the possessive pronouns?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #101 "Possessive pronouns", question 7

Is ......... seat belt always fastened?

(a) your
(b) mine
(c) its

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #101 "Possessive pronouns", answer 7

Is your seat belt always fastened?

Correct answer: (a) your

Your answer was: incorrect
Is its seat belt always fastened?
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Hi,
Why the correct answer is "your". I'm confused with the beginnig of the question because we supose to use "are" with "your", so if the question will begin with "Are" will use "your" and with "Is" we use "its".

Thanks.
yasmine
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How to use the possessive pronouns? #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 30, 2006 21:28 pm   How to use the possessive pronouns?
 

Is agrees with seat belt, not with you(r).

Is your seat belt fastened?
Are your seat belts fastened?
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