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Questions with WHOSE (possession)

Questions with WHOSE (possession)
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Let's practise the use of WHOSE. Easy, but you need to work with it to assimilate it. If you see THIS CAMERA you must ask WHOSE CAMERA IS THIS?
 

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Instructions

1- Look at the words and ask the question with WHOSE 2- Move your mouse over the black button to check your answer. 3- If you were right, click on the green button, if wrong, click on the red.
 

The possessive form of WHO is WHOSE (not who's)

- Whose car is this?  - It's mine.
- Whose telephone number is this?  - It's Mike's

FOR THIS ACTIVITY, MAKE QUESTIONS USING WHOSE

Items

Item Match Comments
I have a book Whose book is that?
I've got a bike but it's not mine Whose bike is it?
Leg Whose leg is it?
Name Whose name is it?
That bag Whose bag is that?
That glass Whose glass is that?
That is not your coffee Whose coffee is it then?
That's not his car Whose is it? In this sentence WHOSE is a pronoun (= whose car).
You can also say "Whose car is it?"
There was a concert yesterday Whose concert was it yesterday?
There's a dog running in the garden Whose dog is it?
There's a house on top of the hill Whose house is that?
There's going to be a party tomorrow Whose party is it going to be?
These coins Whose coins are these?
These pencils Whose pencils are these?
They had a great idea Whose idea was it?
They took a dictionary home Whose dictionary was it?
This book Whose book is this?
This camera Whose camera is this?
Those biscuits Whose biscuits are those?
Those socks Whose socks are those?
Total number of items: 20

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