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Examples of Possessive Pronouns - YourDictionary


A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun in a sentence, making the subject a person or a thing. Possessive pronouns are pronouns that demonstrate ...

possessives: pronouns - LearnEnglish - British Council


Can you match these possessive pronouns to the right personal pronouns and possessive adjectives? yours, mine, theirs, ours, hers, his, its.

Possessive Pronouns 100% Free Examples & Exercises


Learn more about possessive pronoun. Click here for free examples,and exercises that will teach you all you need to know about possessive pronouns.

Possessive Pronouns | English Club


We use possessive pronouns to refer to a specific person/people or thing/things ( the "antecedent") belonging to a person/people (and sometimes belonging to ...

ESL Quiz - Possesive Pronouns (Lettia Bradley) I-TESL-J


Possessive Pronouns. Click the answer button to see the correct answer. It belongs to me, it's ___. Answer, mine. It belongs to my father, it's ___. Answer, his .

Grammar Lessons - Possessive Pronouns - My English Pages


English grammar lesson online. Learn how to use possessive pronouns.

Grammarly Handbook | Possessive Pronouns Grammar Rules


Possessive pronouns refer to something which belongs to someone or something. They can take the place of both the pronoun and the noun which is ...

Possessive Pronouns: Mine Yours Hers Ours Theirs - English ...


Possessive pronouns are used in English to avoid repeating information that is already clear. In general it makes the sentence less confusing because the same  ...

Possessive Pronoun: Definition and Examples in Grammar


A possessive pronoun is a pronoun that can take the place of a noun phrase to show ownership.

Pronouns | English Grammar Guide | EF


Subject Pronoun, Object Pronoun, Possessive Adjective (Determiner), Possessive Pronoun, Reflexive or Intensive Pronoun ...

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Possessive Pronouns


Certain pronouns called possessive pronouns show ownership. Some are used alone; some describe a noun. Used alone: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs, ...

Possessive Pronouns - Learn Spanish


Spanish grammar. Discussion: possessive pronouns.

What Are Possessive Pronouns? (grammar lesson)


Possessive pronouns are used to show ownership. See the definition of Possessive Pronoun in Grammar Monster's list of grammar terms and definitions.