Choose the correct form of the pronoun in each of the following sentences:
- Richard is expecting (us/our) to go to class tomorrow.
- You shouldn’t rely on (him/his) calling you in the morning.
- They don’t approve of (us/our) leaving early.
- George asked (me/my) to call him last night.
- We understand (him/his) having to leave early.
- John resented (George/George’s) losing the paper.
- We object to (the defense attorney/the defense attorney’s) calling the extra witness.
- We are expecting (Henry/Henry’s) to call us.
- They are looking forward to (us/our) visiting them.
- Susan regrets (John/John’s) being in trouble.
With your efforts you can reach anything.
Answers to the above exercises:
- the defense attorney’s