Amy: Thanks. I borrowed it from my big sister. So it's (4) __________ really.
Jason: What about this umbrella?
Paul: Don't be silly, Jason! You brought it, so it must be (5) __________.
Kate: Does this beach ball belong to us?
Jason: No, it isn't (6) __________. Those kids over there were looking for a ball, so it's
(7) _________ probably.
Task 4. Choose the right pronoun.
1. Is this yours / your daughter?
2. It's theirs / their problem, not our/ours.
3. It's a good idea of your / yours to go to the bar tonight.
4. Are these her / hers shoes?
5. We're going swimming with some friends of our/ours.
6. Is it yours / your article about spiders? -No, it's not my / mine.
7. We know their / theirs address but they don't know our / ours.
8. That's not my / mine wallet. Mine / my is black.
9. His cottage is bigger than her / hers but her / hers is nicer.
10. My / mine parents live in Vitebsk region, and your / yours?
Task 5. Complete the conversation with the correct possessive pronouns.
Tim: Whose CD is that?
Jenny: The Britney Spears CD? It's (1) _______ . It's (2) _______ favourite CD.
Tim: It's (3) _________ too. Is this Kylie Minogue CD (4) ________ too?
Jenny: No, it's (5) ________ sister’s. And those on the table are (6) ________ too.
Tim: There's a Beatles CD on the table. Does she like The Beatles?
Jenny: No, she doesn't. But (7) _____ parents love them. All the Beatles CDs are (8)
Tim: Can I borrow this one, or is it (9) _________ sister's? Jenny No, it isn't (10)
_________. I'll have to ask (11) _____ brother. That CD is (12) _______.