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Subject Possessive pronoun adjectiveHe She It We You They My His Her Its Our Your Their mine his hers its ours yours theirs
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun?1 This is ________ book. 2 This book is _____. 3 This is ______ pen. 4 This pen is ______ . my my/mine mine my/mine your your/yours your/yours yours
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun?That’s _______ bag. That bag is ______. Where’s _____ coat? That isn’t my coat. It’s ___. her her/hers hers her/hers his he/him/his his he/him/his
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun?our/ours our We like ______ house. This house is ______. They’ve lost ______ keys. These keys aren’t ours. They’re ______. ours our/ours their Their/theirs theirs their/theirs
my his her your our their mine his hers yours ours theirs
Pronouns yours his hers ours theirs I me my you your he him his shewe us our they them their mine yours his hers ours theirs
Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Form used before a Noun Possessive Form used Independently I me my mine you your.
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A: Is this your wallet? B: No, it isn’t mine. A: Whose is it, then? B: I think it’s Simon’s. His wallet is brown.
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mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirs
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