Possessive pronouns rules, examples

Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronoun: A specific person/people or thing/things belonging to a person.
Number: singular (mine...), plural (ours)
Person: 1st person (mine), 2nd person (yours), 3rd person (his)
Gender: female (hers), male (his)

Examples - possessive pronouns:

Pronouns Possessive pronouns  Possessive adjectives 
I
you
he
she
we
you
they
my
your
his
her
our
your
their
mine
yours
his
hers
ours
yours
theirs

Possessives are often used with parts of the body, cloths and things.

Pronoun Possessive pronoun
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 adjectivs

This book is mine.
Is this pencil yours?
It's not their ticket, its ours.

Take care of the difference!

 your    
 its
 their
/
/
/
your're = you are
it's = it is
they're = they are

Possessive pronouns - possessives examples

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