Please fill in the blanks with I, me, my or mine.
___have a pencil.
I have a pencil.
This is ___ pencil.
This is my pencil.
This pencil is ___.
This pencil is mine.
Please give ___ your pencil.
Please give me your pencil.
- ___ friend and ____ went to the park this morning.
- Even ____ own mother didn’t believe me.
- I’ve been living on ____ own for three years now.
- I am tall, but Rafi is taller than ____.
- I’d like you to meet Suraj. He is an old friend of ___.
- ___ friends say that Chandigarh is a beautiful city, but I have never been there.
- When my sister saw ___ backpack, she wanted one just like ____.
- This book belongs to me. It is ____.
- This is not ___ umbrella. I picked it up by mistake.
- It’s ____ birthday today.
- Let ____ show you a picture of ____ birthday cake.
- You and ____ are the same height.
- ____ am trying to improve ____ English pronunciation.
- ____ cousin and ____ were at home when the storm broke out.
- ___ teacher scolded ____ for coming late to class.
Please make two sentences each with the following words: I, me, mine and my.
Please read the sentences in this exercise carefully before making your own sentences.