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Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns

Posted by on Apr 19, 2021 at 10:26 AM

Possessive Adjectives:

Person Singular Plural
1 my our
2 your your
3 his/her/its their

Example:

  • my book
  • your story
  • his leg
  • its tail
  • our house

Possessive Pronouns:

Person Singular Plural
1 mine ours
2 yours yours
3 his/hers/its theirs

Example:

  • That book is mine.
  • That house is ours.
  • That ball is its.

Personal Pronouns, Objective Case

Person Singular Plural
1 me us
2 you you
3 him/her/it them

Example:

  • He saw me yesterday.
  • We saw them on Saturday.

Personal Pronouns, Nominative Case (subject)

Person Singular Plural
1 I We
2 you you
3 he/she/it they

Example:

  • He saw me yesterday.
  • We saw them on Saturday.

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