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Subject Possessive pronoun adjective I He She It We You They My His Her Its Our Your Their mine his yours hers its ours theirs Possessive pronoun
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun? 1 This is ________ book. 2 This book is _____. 3 This is ______ pen. 4 This pen is ______. my/minemy my/mine mine your/yoursyour your/yours yours
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun? 1.That’s _______ bag. 2.That bag is ______. 3.Where’s _____ coat? 4.That isn’t my coat. It’s ___. her/hersher her/hers hers he/him/hishis he/him/his his
Possessive Adjective or Pronoun? 1.We like ______ house. 2.This house is ______. 3.They’ve lost ______ keys. 4.These keys aren’t ours. They’re ______. our/ours our our/oursours Their/theirstheir their/theirs theirs
my his her your our their mine his hers yours ours theirs
Pronouns I me my you your he him his she her we us our they them their mine yours his hers ours theirs
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Help me out. who is he even before we go but come again.
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