Possessive pronouns

A possessive pronoun indicates possession.

Notes

We use possessive pronouns in place of a noun and they are mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours and theirs.

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"THIS BEDROOM IS MINE. THIS SCHOOL BAG IS MINE.

THESE ROLLERBLADES ARE NOT MINE, THEY’RE HIS.

THIS HOUSE IS OURS."

Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronouns indicate possession and we use them in place of a noun.

They never want the article.

MINE
YOURS
HIS
HERS
OURS
YOURS
THEIRS

Examples: 

  • This is my car. Where is yours
  • It's mine.
  • Susan is a friend of hers.
  • That house is ours.

 

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Possessive adjectives and pronouns

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