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Possessive and Reflective Pronouns. Theme Four Lesson 17. Possessive Pronouns Before a Noun. Shows ownership Takes the place of a possessive noun These possessive pronouns must be used before another noun. my your his her its our their. Let’s Practice.

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Possessive pronouns before a noun
Possessive Pronouns Before a Noun

  • Shows ownership

  • Takes the place of a possessive noun

  • These possessive pronouns must be used before another noun.

    • my

    • your

    • his

    • her

    • its

    • our

    • their


Let s practice
Let’s Practice

  • Find the possessive pronouns:

    Eva showed her story to Alexis.

    I will show you my story later.

    Is the limo belonging to you in the parking lot?


Possessive Pronouns that Stand Alone

  • Shows ownership

  • Takes the place of a possessive noun

  • These possessive pronouns can stand alone

    • mine

    • yours

    • his

    • hers

    • its

    • ours

    • theirs


Let s practice1
Let’s Practice

  • Find the possessive pronouns:

    Which notebook is hers?

    Tonya and Margie left theirs at home.

    I can’t remember which car is insert a pronoun that refers to my car.


Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns

  • used when a direct object or object of a preposition is the same as the subject

  • singular reflexive pronouns end with –self

  • plural reflexive pronouns end with -selves

    myself yourself

    himself herself

    itself yourself

    ourselves themselves


Let s practice2
Let’s Practice

  • Find the reflexive pronouns:

    He hurt himself by tripping on the red ball.

    If you don’t respect yourself, others won’t respect you.

    The neighbors treated __________ to dinner at the new café.

    I disappointed ___________ by not writing down all the details.

    Do you two want to eat with us, or by ___________?



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