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 and Reflective 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
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.
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 ___________?