Fill in the blanks with personal pronouns (I, he, she, etc.), possessive adjectives (my, your, his, etc.), possessive pronouns (hers, ours, his, etc.), or reflexive forms (myself, herself, etc.). Check your answers on the following answer page.
_____ am a singer and this is about a person like _____. Jennifer Lang is one of _____ favorite singers. _____ is a jazz singer and often performs in clubs like _____, but _____ voice is very different from _____. I consider _____ a singer of standard jazz songs. Jennifer, on the other hand, considers _____ a singer of original material only. One thing is certain: _____ both consider _____ lovers of great music! _____ both went to the Julliard School of Music in New York. _____ teacher, Jeannie Sax, continues to teach other students at the school. She gives _____ three lessons a week - just like _____ did when _____ went to school. Another similarity of ______ is that ____ are both from Wisconsin. Jennifer grew up in Green Bay while _____ grew up in Plainfield, a much smaller city than _____. Jennifer is married and _____ husband, Andy, works as an investment banker in New York. _____ office is on 5th Avenue where _____ arrives every morning at seven thirty. _____ have very different professions, but _____ feel _____ marriage is successful for this very reason. _____ am not jealous of _____ success, but _____ AM jealous of _____ wonderful marriage. Maybe someday _____ will meet a man just like _____.