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Apostrophes: Contractions versus Possessive Personal Pronouns



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

He is a pitcher _______ career is in trouble.

 
End of Question 1


Question 2.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

He is a pitcher _______ capable of throwing a 100-mile-per-hour fastball.

 
End of Question 2


Question 3.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

The tree needed fertilizer because _______ leaves were yellow.

 
End of Question 3


Question 4.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

My mother always said, "____ going to go far in life."

 
End of Question 4


Question 5.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

I don't think that _______ too late to start studying for the history test.

 
End of Question 5


Question 6.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

Sarah's new car looks great, but _______ muffler is almost dragging on the ground.

 
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Question 7.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

Whose car is that? Is that _______?

 
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Question 8.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

The car couldn't be _____; _____ a manual, and he can't drive a car with stick shift.

 
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Question 9.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

Do you always listen to _____ stereo loudly when ______ driving down Main Street?

 
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Question 10.
Choose the answer that correctly completes the sentence.

How does what ______ doing right now fulfill ______ lifelong dreams?

 
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