• anonymous
Can someone check my work? 1. Answer the following question using the possessive adjectives (mon,ton,son) Où va sa cousine? My answer: Sa cousine est à sa maison. 2. 3.
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1. Question is "Where does his/her cousin go?" So the answer should contain the verb "go", i.e "aller". 2. - Watch out for the agreement of the verb in person and in number. - It's the sister and brother \(of~ Pierre\) who go to the library. So I would have said it's the brother and sister of Pierre... without which it sounds a little odd to say the brother and sister (of whom?....) 3. Correct. All three of them went downtown. But since they are cousins and friends, they do not necessarily buy food at the same place, so that probably explains why Alice used "je" for the market.

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