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mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirsPOSSESSIVE PRONOUNS mine; his; hers; its; yours; ours; theirs
Are those gloves Jenny’s? Yes, they’re ___________ hers
Do those bikes belong to the twins?Yes, they’re ________ theirs
Are those books the children’s?No, they’re not _____ theirs
Is that car the policeman’s?Yes, it’s ___________ his
Is that Kate’s racket? Yes, it’s ___________ hers
Is that David and Linda’s baby?No, it isn’t ________ theirs
No, it’s not ___________Is that coat Sophie’s? No, it’s not ___________ hers
Is that granny’s teapot?Yes, it’s ________ hers
That’s our new house. It’s ________ ours
Does that bike belong to you?Yes, it’s ________ mine
Does that boat belong to your parents?No, it isn’t ________ theirs
Is that John’s watch? No, it isn’t ________ his
These photos belong to us.They’re ________ ours
No, they’re not ________Are these keys yours? No, they’re not ________ mine/ours
This bag belongs to Mary.It’s ________ hers
Do those motorbikes belong to your friends?No, they’re not ________ theirs
These are the children’s toys.They’re ________ theirs
Is that Jack’s scooter? No, it’s not ________ his
Are they your motorbikes?Yes, they’re ________ ours
That cottage belongs to my friends.It’s ________ theirs
Are those our packed lunches?Yes, they’re ________ ours
Is that present for me? Yes, it’s ________ yours
Is that present for our grandfather?Yes, it’s ________ his
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