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Personal Possessive Pronouns (Ýyelik Zamirleri)
Answer questions 1 - 18 based on the following text:

There are six personal possessive pronouns in Turkish:

benim – my

senin – your (singular)

onun – his/her/its

bizim – our

sizin – your (plural)

onların – their

 

Examples:

Kalem >>> benim+kalem >>> benim kalemim, or just kalemim (my pencil)

Ev >>> senin+ev >>> senin evin, or just evin (your house)

Bilgisayar >>> onun+bilgisayar>>> onun bilgisayarı, or just bilgisayarı (his/her computer)

Dükkan >>> bizim+dükkan >>> bizim dükkanımız, or just dükkanımız (our shop)

Bahçe >>> sizin+bahçe>>> sizin bahçeniz, or just bahçeniz (your garden)

Araba >>> onların+araba >>> onların arabaları, or just arabaları (their car)

 

In this exercise you will fill the blanks with appropriate personal possessive pronouns.

(In order to learn new vocabulary, all given questions have different words. Please look up dictionary for unknown words)

 

Example:

….. saatim

Benim saatim

1.

şapkan:

2.

evleri:

3.

masası:

4.

yemeğiniz:

5.

işimiz:

6.

okulu:

7.

ülken:

8.

sıram:

9.

telefonumuz:

10.

mağazaları:

11.

kedileri:

12.

halınız:

13.

benim (araba):

14.

senin (kitap):

15.

onun (kuş):

16.

bizim (bahçe):

17.

sizin (aile):

18.

onların (iş):

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