Upgrade of Java Quiz: Practice quiz on possessive adjectives "su" and "nuestro"

Remember? "mi" is used for "my cat"
"miS" is used for "my catS"
How do you predict that we should use "su" and "sus"? The meaning of "su/s" is kind of jumbled: It can mean his, her, your (when you are talking directly to somenoe that is not familiar), and their (something owned by more than one person).
"nuestro" and all its varieties: "nuestra", "nuestros" and "nuestras" mean "our". We combine them with the gender and with how many things are ours. When there are more than one, we add the "s" at the end.
To get the right answers, replace the blanks with the correct possessive adjectives:

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