Possessive pronouns exercises


Singular noun + 's
Plural noun + '
Irregular plural + 's

My brother's teacher.
My parents' car.
My children's school.

Possessive determiners

Possessives replace articles before nouns.

Personal pronouns and possessive pronouns

Personal pronoun Possessive pronoun




Personal pronoun Possessive determiner

I live in England.
You are 13.
He is at school.
She has a cat.
We like the red car.
You are late.
They visit Bristol.

My book is new.
Your brother is Tom.
His name is John.
Her cat is white.
Our car is red.
Your school starts at ...
Their city is old.

Possessive determiners - possessive pronouns

Two types: possessive pronouns and possessive determiners. Use possessive determiners before a noun and possessive pronouns in place of a noun.

It's my book.
It's your book.
It's his book.
It's her book.
It's our book.
It's your book.
It's their book.

It's mine.
It's yours.
It's his.
It's hers.
It's ours.
It's yours.
It's theirs.

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