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  ENGLISH GRAMMAR  
Alphabet
Vowels & Consonants
Word Building
Sentences
Articles
Cardinal-Ordinal Numbers
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Tenses
Opposites
Active & Passive Voice
Direct & Indirect Speech
Vocabulary
ADJECTIVE
Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

An adjective used to talk about - ownership, possession or belonging, is called Possessive Adjective. i.e. my, your, yours, our, her, his, all etc.

Examples
This is my bag.
That is your bat.
Her umbrella is black.
My mother is a teacher.
Our country is India.
Her husband died in the accident.
All their daughters are married.
Pick out Interrogative & Possessive Adjectives.
 
Examples
What time are you leaving for your school?
Whose book Vimal is holding in her/his hand?
Which boy has pointed out my mistake?
Which tools does the carpenter need for his work?
What gift have you bought to your friend?
Whose watch has her servant stolen?
What kind of animals are these?
Which is your bed? / Which bed is yours?
Whose painting did you like most?
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Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective