Possessive Or Plural Question Preview (ID: 34806)


Decide Which Sentence Is Written Correctly.

Which sentence is correct?
a) Johns house is gray.
b) John's house is gray.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Mels sandwich is yummy.
b) Mel's sandwich is yummy.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) My toys are put away.
b) My toy's are put away.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Tony's dad is driving to work.
b) Tonys dad is driving to work.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The bird's are singing.
b) The birds are singing.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The paper's are all yellow.
b) The papers are all yellow.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The girls are dancing.
b) The girl's are dancing.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) I have five dog's.
b) I have five dogs.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) I ate three apples.
b) I ate three apple's.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The kids are all playing.
b) The kid's are all playing.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Dans ball rolled away.
b) Dan's ball rolled away.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) This is Matthew's book.
b) This is Matthews book.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The chairs leg is wobbly.
b) The chairs leg is wobbly.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) How long is Anas hair?
b) How long is Ana's hair?
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Is that Jacks pencil?
b) Is that Jack's pencil?
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) The cars door is open.
b) The car's door is open.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Ben's brother is nine years old.
b) Bens brother is nine years old.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) My hands are cold.
b) My hand's are cold.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Dad's mower is broken.
b) Dads mower is broken.
c)
d)

Which sentence is correct?
a) Where is your sister's doll?
b) Where is your sisters doll?
c)
d)

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