Insert a, an, the, or my, his, her, our, your, their if necessary.
1He took off . . .coat and set to work.
2Why are you standing there with . . .hands in . . .pockets?
3At most meetings . . .people vote by raising . . .right hands.
4The bullet struck him in . . .foot.

5They tied . . .hands behind . . .back and locked him in a cellar.
6He took . . .shoes off and entered on . . .tiptoe.
7Someone threw . . .egg which struck the speaker on . . .shoulder.
8I have . . .headache.
9I have . . .pain in . . .shoulder.
10The windscreenwas smashed and the driver was cut in . . .face by broken glass.
11He was . . .very tall man with . . .dark hair and . . .small beard, but I couldn’t see . .
.eyes because he was wearing . . .dark glasses.
12He tore . . .trousers getting over a barbed wire fence.
13Brother and sister were quite unlike each other. He had . . .fair wavy hair; . . .hair
was dark and straight.
14She pulled . . .sleeve to attract his attention.
15She pulled him by . . .sleeve.
16 ‘Hands up!’said the masked man, and we all put . . .hands up.
17Ask . . .woman in front of you to take off . . .hat.
18He stroked . . .chin thoughtfully.
19If you’re too hot why don’t you take off . . .coat?
20I saw him raise . . .right hand and take . . .oath.
21The lioness bit him in . . .leg.
22You should change . . .wet shoes, or you’ll catch another cold.
23There was a shot and a policeman came out with . . .blood running down . . .face.
24We shook . . .hands with . . .host.
25He fell off his horse and injured . . .back.
26The barman seized the drunk by . . .collar.
27Leave . . .coats in . . . cloakroom;don’t bring them into . . .theatre.
28He fell down a flight of stairs and broke . . .rib.
29He pointed to a woman in . . .green dress.
30He is . . .thoroughly selfish man; he wouldn’t lift . . .finger to help anyone.
31You’ll strain . . .eyes if you read in . . .bad light.
32She was on . . .knees, scrubbing . . .kitchen floor.
33He has . . .horrible job; I wouldn’t like to be in . . .shoes.
34You’ve got . . .shirt on inside out.
35 ‘Pull up . . .socks,’said his mother.
36I hit . . .thumb with a hammer whenIwas hanging the picture.


Exercise4
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