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Rearrange the following sentences. 2. Parents with went on of theirs holiday some friends my. 3. Gave me phone Anna her number. 4. Whose these? Yours or mine? Books are. 5. Going is whit friends this evening out Kevin his. 6. Our have neighbours got i but don’t 3 children their names know. 7. We took took our and they car took theirs

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Answer 1
Answer: 2. My parents went with some friends of theirs on holiday.
3. Anna gave me her phone number.
4. Whose books are these? Yours or mine?
5. Kevin is going out with his friends this evening.
6. Our neighbours have got 3 children but I don’t know their names.
7. We took our car and they took theirs.

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