Inglês, 15.03.2021 14:40, kamilyreis91

1. Peter loves the beach, so he (a) / his (b) favourite geocaching spots are by the seaside. 2. Caroline has got a compass, but this compass is not her (a) / hers (b). This one is your
(c) / yours (d).
3. Caroline and her (a) / their (b) friends love Halloween and they (c) / we (d) are fans of
horror films.
4. Did Violet go to the geocaching event with her (a) / hers (b) parents? Yes, their (c) /
they (d) went with her (e) /hers (f).
5. Karen has got a map, but this map is your (a)/yours (b), not her (c) /hers (d).
6. Violet and Karen love listening to Jack Johnson. They (a) / We (b) are fans of he (c) / his
(d) songs about nature.
7. Did Tom's parents go to Ireland with his (a)/ him (b)? Yes, their (c) / they (d) went with
he (e) / him (f)
8. Tom's grandparents' cottage is lovely. They (a) / Their (b) cottage has a huge swimming
pool and a very nice garden.‚Äč

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