(page 95) --- 8.23 -- Possessifs: mon, ton, son, ma, ta, sa, mes, tes, ses

Write the French equivalent of the following.

1.

Patrick, he's your cousin? -- Yes, he's my cousin.

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2.

Sophie, she's your cousin. -- Yes, she's my cousin. (my uncle Henri's daughter)

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3.

Paulette Belleau, she's Mireille's grandmother? -- No, she's her aunt. (her father's sister)

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Jeanne Belleau, she's Mireille's aunt? -- No, she's her grandmother. (her father's mother)

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5.

Guillaume Belleau, he's Mireille's grandfather. -- No, he's her uncle. (her father's brother)

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6.

Lucie Giraud, she's Mireille's grandmother? -- No, she's her great grandmother. (her mother's mother's mother)

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7.

Anatole and Jeanne Belleau, they are Mireille's parents? -- No, they are her grandparents. (her father's parents)

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8.

Arlette, she's your grandmother? -- No, she's my aunt. (my uncle Armand's wife)

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9.

Georges Belleau, he's your grandfather? -- No, he's my cousin. (my uncle Armand's son)

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10.

Guillaume Belleau, he's your grandfather? -- No, he's my uncle. (my father's brother)

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11.

Eugénie Dubois, she's your grandmother? -- No, she's my great grandmother. (my father's mother's mother)

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12.

Yvonne and Sophie, they are your sisters? -- No, they are my cousins. (my uncle Armand's daughter and my uncle Henri's daughter)

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13.

Do you like your cousin Sophie? -- No, I don't like my cousin Sophie very much.

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14.

Do you like your cousin Georges? -- Oh, yes, I adore my cousin Georges.

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