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Possessive pronouns. Possessive adjectives & pronouns. Possessive adjectives. Possessive pronouns. MINE YOURS HIS HERS --- OURS THEIRS. MY YOUR HIS HER ITS OUR THEIR. Possessive adjectives &pronouns .

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possessive adjectives pronouns
Possessive adjectives & pronouns

Possessive adjectives

Possessive pronouns

MINE

YOURS

HIS

HERS

---

OURS

THEIRS

MY

YOUR

HIS

HER

ITS

OUR

THEIR

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Possessive adjectives &pronouns
  • Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, its, our, their) are always used before a noun.
      • I like her eyes. Their house is huge.
  • Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs) stand alone (don’t need any noun) and usually at the end of a sentence.
      • This book is mine. ( = This is my book)
      • Is that bike hers? ( = Is that her bike?)
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Possessive pronouns
  • Can be used after “to be” (most frequent)
      • I’m yours. It’s mine. The books are theirs.
  • Can be used after a noun + of
      • He is a friend of mine. Did you see the new film of his?
  • Can stand at the beginning of a sentence if they represent the subject.
      • Your garden is so big. Ours ( = our garden) is much smaller.
      • His bike was expensive. Hers ( = her bike) was cheap.
exercise
Exercise

Complete the sentences with the correct possessive.

  • I know Lucy but I don’t know ________ brother.
  • Does this car belong to the Parkers? Yes, it is ________.
  • We’re having a birthday party next week and we’re going to invite all ________ friends.
  • Is this sweater John’s? No, it isn’t ________.
  • Cambridge is famous for ________ university.
  • This is not my bag. This bag isn’t ________.
  • I left my umbrella at home. Can you lend me ________?
  • I can’t help you. It’s ________ problem, not ________.